No one owns the internet, and only one organization controls the Internet in its entirety. More of a concept than an actual tangible entity, the Internet relies on a physical infrastructure that connects networks to other networks. There are many organizations, corporations, governments, schools, private citizens and service providers that all own pieces of the infrastructure, but there is no one body that owns it all. There are, however, organizations that oversee and standardize what happens on the Internet and assign IP addresses and domain names, such as the National Science Foundation, the Internet Engineering Task Force, ICANN, InterNIC and the Internet Architecture Board.Answerlike you said no one owns the internet a group of experts made the internet
noboby owns the internet, not even a organization or country. it runs by itself.
No One owns the Internet.
Tagalog Translation of WHO OWNS THE INTERNET: Sino ang may-ari ng internet?
nobody owns the internet
nobody owns it its run by a different number of people
I suppose Microsoft does..
Nobody owns the Internet. The Internet is just the name give to the connection that exists between computers in different places. Despite constant attempts by many governments and organisations nobody actually owns the Internet.
anyone who owns a computer and the internet
a person with internet access..<O.O>
You are not paying for the internet. You are paying for the maintenance and development of the infrastructure that connects you to the internet.
Each organization on the Internet is responsible only for maintaining its own network. No single person, company, institution, or government agency controls or owns the Internet.