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Putting it all together with Robert Kahn

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The co-founder of the Internet recalls the non-commercial early days and looks at today's issues of fair use, privacy and the need for security.


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The co-founder of the Internet recalls the non-commercial early days and looks at today's issues of fair use, privacy and the need for security.

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      Ubiquity  Volume 2003, Issue March
      March 1 - March 31, 2003
      EISSN:1530-2180
      DOI:10.1145/766760
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