The Toilet Theory of the Internet is a concept that suggests that internet usage follows a pattern similar to the use of public toilets. 

Just as people tend to choose cleanest and most convenient toilet available 

Internet users are said to behave in a similar when accessing information online. 

 

People prefer toilets that privacy and security, internet users gravitate towards platforms that prioritize their digital safety and protect their personal information.

Users are more likely to visit websites or platforms that are accessible, user-friendly, and provide valuable content . 

The also suggests that like washrooms with long queues, popular websites or media tend to attract more users due to their widespread popularity. 

This can create a network effect more people visit these sites because others have already done so. 

the Toilet Theory of the Internet highlights how user behavior on the internet is influenced by convenience, accessibility, quality of content,and security concerns