Meet Zoe Kleinman - the technology editor for the BBC!
A big thanks to Zoe for answering some of your questions. Here's a couple and you can read more below in the comments.
Will people with the Internet plant forgetfulness in themselves and will they stop practicing memory?
cultured_lute, Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School, Occupied Palestinian Territory
Zoe's answer: I don't think we're going to have forgetfulness planted inside us just yet! But I do think the way we use our brains is changing. When I was at school I had to remember lots and lots of information, because I couldn't just look it up online like you do now - now I can't remember it all anymore but i do know how to find it in just a couple of seconds if I ever need it!
There are people who try to use the internet badly. How can these people be stopped as soon as possible, and without causing any chaos?
supportive_literature, Jabalia Prep Girls A School, Occupied Palestinian Territory
Zoe's answer: Sometimes people using tech in a bad way ultimately helps us to make the tech better. There are hackers who try to steal information but by doing that they show us where the weaknesses are so we can make things more secure - a bit like a burglar trying to break open your front door, if you can see where they're trying to get in, you can make sure that bit of the door is strong enough to keep them out!