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Vint Cerf: IoT Likely to Fuel Next Gen Internet Hall of Fame Inductees

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One thing is clear. The Internet has improved because smartphones are able to provide access from almost anywhere, and this technology is likely to fuel a new class of Internet Hall of Fame inductees at some point in the future, according to inductee and TCP/IP co-inventor...

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Subject: Thank You Ray

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As news of Ray Tomlinson’s untimely passing reverberates across an Internet that he helped to create, the Internet Hall of Fame wanted to take some time to share its memories of Ray and his groundbreaking contributions to the way we communicate. In 2012, when Ray was inducted into the Internet Hall...

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Paul Vixie: Internet Privacy Is a “Moving, Multidimensional Target”

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‘Is the solution to solving Internet privacy technological, social or political?’ This is the question the Internet Hall of Fame posed to inductee Paul Vixie in a conversation that – appropriately enough – coincided with Privacy Day January 28. Dr. Vixie is no newcomer to the privacy issue. He is...

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Untold Internet: Anyone Can Help Establish Standards

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One of the most interesting historical features of the Internet is that the protocols were—and still are—free and open to anyone to build upon. Anyone with a good idea was (and is) encouraged to make suggestions for new or improved Internet protocols. One of the key ways this happens is through the...

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Untold Internet: The Internet-OSI Standards Wars

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The 1973 paper by Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn describing TCP/IP represented the start of the ‘Internet Age.’ By 1987, key developments in the U.S. planted seeds for the global Internet: adoption of TCP/IP by the ARPANET, and two TCP/IP-based, National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded community networks....

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