10 Ways The Internet (As We Know It) Will Die

In roughly a decade or so, we've gone from the Internet just entering the general public's consciousness to being ubiquitous and something most of us pretty much take for granted. 

We expect wireless Internet connections for our laptops every where we go, we post to Twitter and receive Facebook updates on our mobile phones, we order everything online from airline tickets to “new to us” goods on E-bay to prints of our digital photos.  The Internet has finally caused time and space to have no meaning in terms of how we communicate in a way that no other previous communication media could. 

But, although it seems incredibly unlikely right now, the Internet isn't necessarily as secure nor as stable as we may think. 

Here is a list of 10 Ways the Internet (As We Know It) Will Could Die

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