The New Internet is a secure community of users that connect and see each other's real identity while interacting. The biggest problem we face on the Internet today stems from a lack of identification. This problem is widespread across multiple verticals when you look at what is wrong with the current Internet. For example, IMDB.com recently disabled their movie boards where fans would comment and engage with other movie fanatics. Why would IMDB.com disable something so popular that millions of their users were actively engaging in? Because they felt it was not longer fostering a positive environment for millions of their users. At this moment there is a lot of hatred and spamming from online trolls that hide behind a pseudonym and a computer screen.
On The New Internet this hatred and spamming would for the most part go away because once you remove the anonymity, users are going to be much more positive if their comments and interactions will reflect on their reputation that is attached to their real name and identity. On The New Internet you can comment on every single page of the old Internet but with your reputation on the line, you will be less likely to post something fictitious or negative.