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What is one major difference between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0?
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  1. Web 1.0 did not allow Web users to add or modify information contained in Web sites. Users only had the ability to use Web sites to gather information. The Web 2.0 environment allows Web site visitors to make contributions and changes to existing Web content and to interact with other members of those Web sites.

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