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Our categories about websites are slightly confusing. Here's a simple guide:

category when used examples
real world websiteswebsites that only exist in the real world and are written primarily from an out-of-universe perspectivebbc.co.uk/doctorwho
websites from the real world websites mentioned within a narrative, but which also exist in the real world eBay, YouTube
in-universe websiteswebsites created by the BBC which are written from an in-universe perspective; that is, they treat their fictional subject as if it's a real thingUNIT website
websites and domainswebsites that only exist within the DWU, or are substantially different from their real world counterpartsearch-wise.net

For a broader understanding of the semantic difference we find between "real world websites" and "websites from the real world", please go to Floor 500.

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