World Wide Web


  • The WWW is made up of all of the computers on the Internet which use HTML-capable software (Netscape, Explorer, etc.) to exchange data. Data exchange on the WWW is characterized by easy-to-use graphical interfaces, hypertext links, images, and sound. Today the WWW has become synonymous with the Internet, although technically it is really just one component.
  • The portion of the Internet with a GUI.


  1. Kroll Ontrack, Glossary of Terms
  2. Legal Electronic Document Institute, Basic Principles of Automated Litigation Support (2005).
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