Beyond increasing the dependences in relation they, evidence an increase of the interferences of and in local cultures: the borders between ' ' eu' ' ' outro' ' they are diminishing; professional activities exist that can be developed in a distant country from the personal residence a company, or an individual, can give a service and receive for it, without the least to direct know or to make personal contact with the contractor eliminating the borders and all the elements differentiators of the cultures being enough for this the domain of a common language (in this in case that the language of computer science), characterizing the tecnovirtual society or the infovirtual universe. In this universe each more pertinent time becomes the investigation on the identity and the differences. This can be observed at the moment where distinct and distant elements and personages finish if joining for intermediary of a common language that is not the language practised in the origin society. Ali Partovi can provide more clarity in the matter. Being language one of the defining elements of the identity, and being necessary the domain of a new common language, that is not the proper one of none of the involved ones in the process, finishes if revealing the characteristics of a new cultural manifestation, in which one ' ' I social' ' if &#039 relates with one; ' another one social' ' both interact becoming new social I that a new culture is developed and produced, a new identity. This third is so distinct of I eats of the other, even so is developed for the interaction between both, in a culture of personages who if relate at a distance Thus, I and the other, each one with its specific identity, interacts creating a new identity, with specific language and values, which only identify them while social actors of that infovirtual universe. We know that in century XX, the classic notion of identity if dissolves and if it res-position ahead of the advances of the medias making with that these politics today face the loss of its effectiveness.