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Among members of the U.S. Internet community, there probably is no single issue causing more debate than the commercialization of this network of networks. Few will dispute that the Internet is a valuable resource, but it is equally clear that its value is not limited to its traditional set of...
The burning question for stateregional networks at present is deciding who the thou in the above quotation represents. Is it the NSF, the NREN, or, in the case of Bill Schrader's of Performance Systems, Inc. now famous quotation, follow the money, is it the commercial client Is the objective of...
The Internet is undergoing a major paradigm shift. The factors influencing this shift, the commercial models that are emerging, and the resulting constraints that accompany these models are deeply rooted in the history of the Internet. This paper examines the historical forces shaping the new...
The Internet is a rapidly expanding community, adding many new converts daily. Although initially the domain of computer scientists and network engineers, the Internet and Internetlike services now include users such as accountants, lawyers, demographers, business development people, product...
An important factor affecting the successful commercialization of the Internet will be cooperation and open exchange of ideas regarding a range of networking issues. The Commercial Internet Exchange Association CIX, a recently organized trade association, is actively pursuing a number of...
America's movement to a digital network infrastructure may be threatened by the unavailability of highspeed network channels to some sources of information. One reason for unavailability is fear by network intermediaries that they face legal liability for carrying harmful messages. Yet changing...
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