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The [[Dursley family]] had Internet access in the [[1990s]]. [[Harry Potter]] had never used it, however, as [[Dudley Dursley|Dudley]] would hit him if he ever got near the computer.<ref name="raincoastbooks">[http://www.accio-quote.org/articles/2001/0301-raincoast-interview.html Accio Quote! - Raincoast Books Interview with J. K. Rowling]</ref>
 
The [[Dursley family]] had Internet access in the [[1990s]]. [[Harry Potter]] had never used it, however, as [[Dudley Dursley|Dudley]] would hit him if he ever got near the computer.<ref name="raincoastbooks">[http://www.accio-quote.org/articles/2001/0301-raincoast-interview.html Accio Quote! - Raincoast Books Interview with J. K. Rowling]</ref>
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[[Glamchops.com]] was an one Internet website.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
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==Appearances==
 
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*''[[Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (film)]]'' {{Comment|Website address featured on a bus ad}}
 
*''[[Pottermore]]'' {{1st Mention}}
 
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*''[[Harry Potter Limited Edition]]'' {{Comment|Website address featured on a bus ad}}
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==

Revision as of 04:25, February 12, 2013

The Internet is a system of computer networks that are interconnected, mostly used in the Muggle world. Despite it being an invention of Muggles, there are witches and wizards who use the Internet, although their usage tends to be out of "slightly condescending" curiosity or in order to do research in Muggle Studies.[1]

The Dursley family had Internet access in the 1990s. Harry Potter had never used it, however, as Dudley would hit him if he ever got near the computer.[2]

Glamchops.com was an one Internet website.

Behind the scenes

  • The Internet serves as the home for a number of official websites related to the Harry Potter franchise, including the J. K. Rowling Official Site and those hosted by the various producers and distributors for the series. It is also the main host for numerous fan-works related to the series.
  • In an interview in 2001, Rowling stated that "Wizards don't really need to use the Internet but that's something that you'll find out later on in the series. They have a means of finding out what goes on in the outside world that I think is more fun than the Internet. Could anything be more fun than the Internet? Yes!".[2] It is uncertain, however, what exactly she was referring to. The Daily Prophet had already been introduced in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and is simply the Wizarding equivalent of a Muggle newspaper. The only other such medium depicted in the franchise is Wireless, and this is simply another Wizarding use of a Muggle invention.

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