The internet is now a virtual meeting place for people to interact with each other, micro-blog, shop and work.
The net's second phase of development, namely Web 2.0, has facilitated the creation of social networking sites, applications and video-sharing.
Click aims to bring you a flavour of these developments... and how users are leading the way forward.
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How the popular micro-blogging site Twitter is being used by celebrities, politicians and citizen journalists.
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Click acquired control of 22,000 home computers as part of an investigation into hi-tech crime.
Spencer Kelly reveals the details of a six-month investigation into the murky world of cyber crime.
Testing out one of the fastest residential net connections in the UK.
Click reporter LJ Rich talks about Twitter and its sudden surge of interest.
How Twitter works and some tips on getting the most out of the micro-blogging site.
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Why people are often asked to decipher captchas, a jumble of letters and numbers online.
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