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YouTube.com Why Visit It? - One of the most visited and popular website because it was made easy for video-sharing website.

Why Was It Made? - video-sharing website where users could upload, share and view content. Was created by three guys for easy sharing and then other people wanted to get in. Business people saw this an opportunity to make money because it offers a wide a wide variety of user-generated and corporate media videos.

Google.com Why Visit It? - Most visited site ever because it is a search engine to find other websites of your desire.

Why Was It Made? - Search engine for websites, pictures, videos, and other media so that people can have an easier time to find what they want. Plus, order to organize information on the Internet. 

Netflix.com Why Visit It? - Can watch shows that can be easily found than go and search the DVD in a store and all your favorite shows are in there. Plus, there are some shows that can only found there.

Why Was It Made? - On-demand TV shows and movie …

Submarine Cable - FAQ

Who is the major investors in new cables?
The answer is that Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Amazon are major investors in new cable.

How much does  the U.S satellites account for international capacity, in percentage?
Statistics released by U.S. Federal Communications Commission indicate that satellites account for just 0.37 percent of all U.S. international capacity.

Whats the average of cable faults for each year and why we do not notice it?
About over 100 cable faults each year, and the reason we do not notice it is because there is multiple cables, so if one breaks, the network of cables will still run smoothly.

Which of the following can be represented in a binary state?

b. Voting on a House Bill c. A Byte of Data
When voting on a house bill, the bill either passes or not, a 0 being not passing and 1 being passing. Plus, someone either votes for the bill (1) or does not vote (0). A byte of data uses 1's and 0's to transmit or break down the data for easier transportation.

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Annual Fee - The fee that comes once a year and is usually associated with owning a credit card. Sometimes company does not charge you with a fee. Annual Percentage Rate (APR) - The yearly interest rate charged on outstanding credit card balances, or charged for borrowing/ earned through investment and is expressed as in percentages over the term of a loan. Credit Line - The maximum dollar amount that can be charged on a specific credit card account. Cash Back/Rewards - Using a credit card can be beneficial, like getting a reward such as, a free travel pass. It is also a service offered to retail customers whereby an amount is added to the total purchase price of a transaction paid by debit card and the customer receives that amount in cash along with the purchase. Balance - It means that amount of money and in personal banking, it refers to the amount of money in saving and checking. In credit, it refers the amount of money owed. Minimum Payment - The minimum amount of money that is requi…