Today’s networking is not at all transparent. Ubiquitous networking has definitely allowed a major paradigm shift where employees are able to send and retrieve information anywhere and anytime. By owning this ubiquitous influence, people are very much mobile and empowered by unlimited sources of knowledge during their everyday lives. A very good example would be the dramatic growth of Japanese mobile market between the late 90’s till date. Many of them who own a phone are shown to have immediately subscribed to the Internet which provides them with several collaborating services such as the email, web browsing and many other applications.
This transition into a ubiquitous world has effectively opened the scope of communication by adding a new space for information combining both, the real-world and cyber news. With the vast array of ownerships and ideas, cyber space simply is defined for the public where they are able to create, edit and share their opinions on an universal platform. Indirectly, this also exclaims the death of a central bureaucratic organisation such as the governments as cyberspace simply customizes equal empowerment to all those online.
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