"I Can Haz Emoshuns? Understanding Anthropomorphosis of Cats among Internet Users."--D. Foster et al., 2011 IEEE International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk, and Trust, and IEEE International Conference on Social Computing
Network protocols. (2003). In E. Reilly, A. Ralston & D. Hemmendinger (Eds.), Encyclopedia of computer science. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.nsula.edu/login?url= http://literati.credoreference.com/content/entry/encyccs/network_protocols/0?institutionId=3455
The Internet, a network of computer networks, is the hardware in which the World Wide Web and other online content resides. Saying "I found it on the Internet" or "on the Web" is only saying you found it in a computer. That means nothing about the reliability, validity, or authority of the information or how someone else might locate it.
Some concepts explained, from Petr Gazarov of freecodecamp.org.