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What is Internet? What is Social Media? Web and Social Networks. One of the big problems we have to face, before continuing with our discussion, is again the concepts. As seen in previous lines there is a serious misunderstanding between what is real and what rights are seen as issues of social responsibility personal. This issue of the concepts also moved to the part that we have to analyze below. While the concept of "social media" is a more or less easy to define, the other three concepts (Internet, Web and social networks) are quite complex because, in general are often used as synonyms, being very different terms. In addition, another major problem is that very few official dictionaries, such as the Royal Spanish Language Academy, there are definitions of them, or whether definitions are pending review. Therefore, to explain very clearly and with examples how the content of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights can be promoted in a positive or negative, let's define a clear and concise terms each shade with the help of the only dictionary, official, and final version, supports those terms, the Oxford Dictionary and with some contribution from the 23 edition of the Dictionary of the Royal Spanish Language Academy, still to be published in its final version. When we talk about "Internet", we mean a global computer network, or global, decentralized, consisting of the direct connection between computers or computers with a special communication protocol that offers a variety of information services and Communication network comprising interconnected using standardized communication protocols. “Social media" are all web pages and applications used for communication and dialogue, interactive. When we talk about web, web site or web page, we are referring to the most popular tool based on Internet technology. It is a computer network Consisting of a collection of Internet sites offer That text, graphics, and animations spunds resources-through the hypertext transfer protocol. The Web is constantly evolving,

The Universal Declaration of the Human Rights  
The Universal Declaration of the Human Rights  

A presentation by Rubén Fernández Vela, during the REactor conference.

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