It has become cliché to say that the Internet has changed everything, but it did, fundamentally transforming how we communicate and interact.1–6  All the world’s knowledge and experiences are available at any time with just a click of the mouse. Information is easily accessible and free to anyone with a computer, and communication across continents is as easy as e-mailing someone next door. In 1995, just 14% of American adults used the Internet, but by 2014, 87% were regular Internet users. Today, organizations and private citizens in all areas have taken to the Internet to entertain, to inform, and to advocate.1–6 

As the Internet expanded into our homes, there was a growing expectation of free and open access to information.1–3  Because information was so easily accessible on so many sites, there developed an...

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