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And provide some general services. This is an extraordinary organization that no one planned or did
controlled by someone. To understand this better, let’s start from the beginning and see how it evolved.
Why. For a compelling history of the Internet, John Nutton’s (2000) book comes highly recommended.

it’s him
These rare books are not only interesting to read, but they also have 20 pages and apps. CDs for Serious People
Historians The following are some of the materials on which this book is based.
Of course, countless technical books have been written about the Internet and ethics. ahead
For details, see eg (Maffer, 1999).

The story began in the late 1950s. At the height of the Cold War, the DOT sought command and control
A network that can survive nuclear war. At that time, all military communications used the public telephone.
network, which is considered vulnerable. Black dots indicate phone conversion offices, each connected to thousands of phones.

These conversion offices are linked to a high-level conversion office (customs), forming a nation. Step with a small amount of redundancy. The weakness of the system is a breakdown.

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