A community is a unique social structure with commonalities like religion, norms, culture, values, or shared identity. Through widespread communication technologies, communities can share a common cultural identity in a specific geographical region or virtual space. The concept of community has sometimes been misused and misinterpreted to imply a political entity. This idea that the community forms a state is highly debatable. Any community is ruled by laws that define its basic structure and how power and wealth are distributed among its inhabitants.