Internet providers offer filters for certain value communities: Does the Web disintegrate into closed communities?
It is strange to observe how the Internet gradually adapts to real life again, or at least was able to do so. The fundamental characteristic of the Web is the possibility of setting hyperlinks or, by typing in URLs, of being able to access a page directly from a "place" to jump to another. Unlike in the real world, where places are characterized by different distances defined by space and time, virtual places in cyberspace are, at least in theory, all equidistant from each other and all equally accessible from any location. Huts are next to palaces, glittering and busy shopping malls are next to dingy alleys, government buildings are next to places where criminals hang out, children’s websites are next to red-light districts, offices are next to casinos. The space is replaced by the infrastructure, which determines, for example, how and with what capacity data is transmitted.
Another characteristic of the web is that the "Places" or "Building" is a "architecture" that determines, for example, the hierarchy of pages on a website, but that, in turn, in principle every page within a website can be reached directly without having to go through a specific path, which, for example, is "Entrance" over "aisle" and "floors" to a certain "Room" leads. If the URL of a certain page is known, i.e. it has been found by a search engine or "Deep Link" is given, then one can jump with the browser immediately from any place to another like with a teleporter.