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World Wide Web (www)

a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors' attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms' promotional mix.

World Wide Web (www)

or web a multimedia presentational tool that uses computers and other media to communicate, often through the INTERNET. The World Wide Web permits two-way interactive communications with large numbers of people simultaneously. The World Wide Web is an important tool of E-COMMERCE insofar as Internet marketing can be undertaken by developing colourful and attractive web pages to gain visitors attention. As the number of people ‘surfing’ the web grows, the potential to market goods through web browsers has become a significant element of firms promotional mix.
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Through these deliberately baffling techniques, Joyce seems to be conveying the constant nomadicity and "global creolization" that characterize the experience of websurfing.
26) Specifically, the court struck down a 1986 statute, as dramatically expanded by the Patriot Act, which empowers the government to issue "National Security Letters," demanding that Internet communications carriers, as well as other businesses and organizations, secretly turn over customers' names and addresses, length of service and billing records, and information concerning the customers' emails and websurfing without any basis for suspecting the customers of any wrongdoing, without any judicial review, and without any notice to the customers that such information has been sought or seized.
If I could get more hits, there are a finite number of people websurfing and looking for Paris, I would move 100 percent of my marketing money to this channel," Eversman said.
Websites can also secretly track a customer's websurfing.