The online economy is growing seven times faster than the rest of the economy. The European Commission finds in it a potential source of recovery from the financial crisis. Greece is a country that can clearly benefit from this opportunity, and Euronews’ video takes us to a family there to illustrate the difficulties lurking behind Internet use. Korina Apostololopoulou, a Greek mother, shares why she decided not to connect her house to the Internet. Nikos Prentoulis, a lawyer on digital issues, admits that the law is not completely adapted to protect us online and that consumers have to take charge of their own safety. While some see only dangers in the Internet, others find opportunities. Sociologist, Konstantinos Koskinas, argues that the Internet can only be embraced and that it can actually create a more open society. Taking into account all the fears surrounding the Internet, the European Commission has warned governments that key protections must be enforced, but rules and laws will always be less effective than the education we receive.