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"internet, c'est utile" or "L'internet, c'est utile"

can I use both of them?? If I can, do they mean the same thing?

if "L'internet, c'est utile" is wrong, why is it?

thank you in advance!

For learning: French
Base language: English
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    Usage varies on this one.
    You can either use Internet as a proper noun with no article, and say "Internet, c'est facile" (with a capital I wherever it occurs -- J'aime Internet), or you can use it as a common noun with an article and no capital letter: L'internet, c'est facile. J'aime l'internet.
    In Quebec, most French speakers use Internet as a proper noun without an article.

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