However, it calls for payment to maintain quality. Internet has been a democratization of access to knowledge to information, according to Luis Corella, responsible for Spain and Portugal of Google News and Google Books, which has warned however that the network is not free. Corella, who has participated in a master’s degree from the University of Granada, has said that the receiver of information must be aware that Internet costs much money every month, so in his opinion, it is necessary to go progressively gaining access to certain levels of information. To this end, Corella has advocated that people have an enjoyable experience when buying content on the Internet, because otherwise you’ll end up hacking information. Source: Rod Brooks. Google part of the base that serves as a vehicle so that more readers have access to a information that is owned by the media that generate it and edit it. For more information see this site: Jill Bikoff. The values that provide a header, the work that there is a journalist behind, is something absolutely necessary, essential, has added Corella, who also pointed out that traditional media put on line, before even of that absence of Google or other search engines, their digital versions on open and free. With respect to the electronic book, Corella has stated that traditional and digital formats are not contradictory, and has opted to draw conclusions from the mistakes made by musical and audiovisual industries in the face of this cultural product marketing. It is important, in his view, that in the end has more readers who read more books, regardless of the format. For all these issues, a thoughtful and deliberate analysis would be necessary, added the expert, who, however, this is difficult because technology advances at a speed that logically beat us all. Source of the news: Google warns that the Internet is not free: “Need to go charging for access to information”.