International Internet Day is celebrated every year on 29th October across the world to celebrate the use of the Internet for the first time. The day marks the sending of the first electronic message that was transferred from one computer to another in 1969. At that time the Internet was known as ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network).
International Internet Day History :
The Internet is defined as a remote connection between two computers. The first internet connection was made on 29th October 1969. This happened exactly two months after Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. To commemorate this event, International Internet Day was observed for the first time on 29th October 2005. International Internet Day is promoted by the Association of Internet Users.