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Net Neutrality

Author : United States
ISBN : PSU:000058927250
Genre : Broadband communication systems
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Designing An Internet

Author : David D. Clark
ISBN : 9780262038607
Genre : Computers
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Why the Internet was designed to be the way it is, and how it could be different, now and in the future. How do you design an internet? The architecture of the current Internet is the product of basic design decisions made early in its history. What would an internet look like if it were designed, today, from the ground up? In this book, MIT computer scientist David Clark explains how the Internet is actually put together, what requirements it was designed to meet, and why different design decisions would create different internets. He does not take today's Internet as a given but tries to learn from it, and from alternative proposals for what an internet might be, in order to draw some general conclusions about network architecture. Clark discusses the history of the Internet, and how a range of potentially conflicting requirements—including longevity, security, availability, economic viability, management, and meeting the needs of society—shaped its character. He addresses both the technical aspects of the Internet and its broader social and economic contexts. He describes basic design approaches and explains, in terms accessible to nonspecialists, how networks are designed to carry out their functions. (An appendix offers a more technical discussion of network functions for readers who want the details.) He considers a range of alternative proposals for how to design an internet, examines in detail the key requirements a successful design must meet, and then imagines how to design a future internet from scratch. It's not that we should expect anyone to do this; but, perhaps, by conceiving a better future, we can push toward it.

Fcc Record

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
ISBN : MINN:30000010450785
Genre : Telecommunication
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Network World

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For more than 20 years, Network World has been the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for network and IT executives responsible for the digital nervous systems of large organizations. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce.

Elementary Information Security

Author : Richard E. Smith
ISBN : 9781284153040
Genre : Computers
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An ideal text for introductory information security courses, the third edition of Elementary Information Security provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-understand introduction to the complex world of cyber security and technology. Thoroughly updated with an increased emphasis on mobile devices and technologies, this essential text enables students to gain direct experience by analyzing security problems and practicing simulated security activities. Emphasizing learning through experience, Elementary Information Security, Third Edition addresses technologies and cryptographic topics progressing from individual computers to more complex Internet-based systems.

Internet Architecture And Innovation

Author : Barbara van Schewick
ISBN : 9780262265577
Genre : Computers
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A detailed examination of how the underlying technical structure of the Internet affects the economic environment for innovation and the implications for public policy. Today—following housing bubbles, bank collapses, and high unemployment—the Internet remains the most reliable mechanism for fostering innovation and creating new wealth. The Internet's remarkable growth has been fueled by innovation. In this pathbreaking book, Barbara van Schewick argues that this explosion of innovation is not an accident, but a consequence of the Internet's architecture—a consequence of technical choices regarding the Internet's inner structure that were made early in its history. The Internet's original architecture was based on four design principles: modularity, layering, and two versions of the celebrated but often misunderstood end-to-end arguments. But today, the Internet's architecture is changing in ways that deviate from the Internet's original design principles, removing the features that have fostered innovation and threatening the Internet's ability to spur economic growth, to improve democratic discourse, and to provide a decentralized environment for social and cultural interaction in which anyone can participate. If no one intervenes, network providers' interests will drive networks further away from the original design principles. If the Internet's value for society is to be preserved, van Schewick argues, policymakers will have to intervene and protect the features that were at the core of the Internet's success.

Communications Policy In Transition

Author : Benjamin M. Compaine
ISBN : 0262032929
Genre : Computers
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A collection of research reports on policy issues involving telecommunications, particularly the Internet. Until the 1980s, it was presumed that technical change in most communications services could easily be monitored from centralized state and federal agencies. This presumption was long outdated prior to the commercialization of the Internet. With the Internet, the long-forecast convergence of voice, video, and text bits became a reality. Legislation, capped by the Telecommunications Act of 1996, created new quasi-standards such as "fair" and "reasonable" for the FCC and courts to apply, leading to nonstop litigation and occasional gridlock. This book addresses some of the many telecommunications areas on which public policy makers, corporate strategists, and social activists must reach agreement. Topics include the regulation of access, Internet architecture in a commercial era, communications infrastructure development, the Digital Divide, and information policy issues such as intellectual property and the retransmission of TV programming via the Internet.

The Dynamic Internet

Author : Christopher Yoo
ISBN : 9780844772295
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Dynamic Internet: How Technology, Users, and Businesses are Changing the Network offers a comprehensive history of the Internet and efforts to regulate its use. University of Pennsylvania law professor Christopher S. Yoo contends that rather than engaging in prescriptive regulatory oversight, the government should promote competition in other ways, such as reducing costs for consumers, lowering entry barriers for new producers, and increasing transparency. These reforms would benefit consumers while permitting the industry to develop new solutions for emerging problems. It is fruitless for government to attempt to lock the burgeoning online industry into any particular architecture; rather, policymakers should act with the knowledge that no one actor can foresee how the network is likely to evolve in the future.

Encyclopedia Of Internet Technologies And Applications

Author : Freire, Mario
ISBN : 9781591409946
Genre : Computers
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Provides the most thorough examination of Internet technologies and applications for researchers in a variety of related fields. For the average Internet consumer, as well as for experts in the field of networking and Internet technologies.

Programmable Networks For Ip Service Deployment

Author : Alex Galis
ISBN : 1580537464
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Today, programmable networks are being viewed as the solution for the fast, flexible and dynamic deployment of new telecommunications network services. At the vanguard of programmable network research is the Future Active IP Networks (FAIN) project. The authors of this book discuss their research in FAIN so you can get on the inside track to tomorrow's technology. Moreover, the book provides you with detailed guidelines for designing managed IP programmable networks.

Heterogeneous Wireless Access Networks

Author : Ekram Hossain
ISBN : 9780387097770
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Heterogeneous wireless networking, which is sometimes referred to as the fourth-generation (4G) wireless, is a new frontier in the future wireless communications technology and there has been a growing interest on this topic among researchers and engineers in both academia and industry. This book will include a set of research and survey articles featuring the recent advances in theory and applications of heterogeneous wireless networking technology for the next generation (e.g., fourth generation) wireless communications systems. With the rapid growth in the number of wireless applications, services and devices, using a single wireless technology such as a second generation (2G) and third generation (3G) wireless system would not be efficient to deliver high speed data rate and quality-of-service (QoS) support to mobile users in a seamless way. Fourth generation (4G) wireless systems are devised with the vision of heterogeneity in which a mobile user/device will be able to connect to multiple wireless networks (e.g., WLAN, cellular, WMAN) simultaneously. This book intends to provide a unified view on the state-of-the-art of protocols and architectures for heterogeneous wireless networking. The contributed articles will cover both the theoretical concepts and system-level implementation issues related to design, analysis, and optimization of architectures and protocols for heterogeneous wireless access networks.

Security In Cyberspace

Author : Giampiero Giacomello
ISBN : 9781623566999
Genre : Political Science
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Today, the Internet has become a source of information that no country or company can forgo. It is not only used to communicate or entertain, but most importantly to operate utilities and public services such as banking or air traffic. As the reliance on computer networks across societies and economies keeps growing, so do security risks in cyberspace - referred to as "cybersecurity." Cybersecurity means protecting information and control systems from those who seek to compromise them. It also involves actors, both malicious or protective, policies and their societal consequences. This collection of essays provides a better understanding of the risks, perceptions, and myths that surround cybersecurity by looking at it from three different levels of analysis: the sovereign state, the infrastructure and stakeholders of the Internet, and the individual. The essays explore such issues as information ownership, censorship, cyberwars, cyberterrorism, privacy, and rebellion, bringing together expert knowledge from computer science and the social sciences with case studies. It reviews existing policies and practices and discusses the threats and benefits of living in an increasingly networked world. This authoritative analysis of one of the most controversial and compelling security debates of the twenty-first century will appeal to scholars and practitioners interested in security, international relations and policymaking.

Electronic Constitution Social Cultural And Political Implications

Author : Amoretti, Francesco
ISBN : 9781605662558
Genre : Law
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Provides analysis of the relationship between digital information technologies and politics, relating these issues to the historical system transformation.

Peer To Peer Systems And Applications

Author : Ralf Steinmetz
ISBN : 9783540320470
Genre : Computers
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Starting with Napster and Gnutella, peer-to-peer systems became an integrated part of the Internet fabric attracting millions of users. According to recent evaluations, peer-to-peer traffic now exceeds Web traffic, once the dominant traffic on the Internet. While the most popular peer-to-peer applications remain file sharing and content distribution, new applications such as Internet telephony are emerging. Within just a few years, the huge popularity of peer-to-peer systems and the explosion of peer-to-peer research have created a large body of knowledge, but this book is the first textbook-like survey to provide an up-to-date and in-depth introduction to the field. This state-of-the-art survey systematically draws together prerequisites from various fields, presents techniques and methodologies in a principled and coherent way, and gives a comprehensive overview on the manifold applications of the peer-to-peer paradigm. Leading researchers contributed their expert knowledge to this book, each in his/her own specific area. Lecturers can choose from the wide range of 32 tightly integrated chapters on all current aspects of P2P systems and applications, and thus individually tailor their class syllabi. R&D professionals active in P2P will appreciate this book as a valuable source of reference and inspiration.

Ip Communications

Author : International Engineering Consortium
ISBN : 1931695393
Genre : Business & Economics
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An indispensable volume for both specialists and field professionals, this guide looks into the world of IP communications and the societal impacts it will have. From corporate perspectives to voice over IP to quality of service, the authors share their distinct perspectives, making it a diverse study of the field.

Net Neutrality In Europe La Neutralit? De L Internet En Europe

Author : Alain Strowel
ISBN : 9782802743309
Genre : Law
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La neutralité de l’Internet requiert de garantir aux usagers un accès égal à tous les services et contenus en ligne. En pratique, la gestion du trafic oblige les opérateurs à différencier certains paquets d’information circulant sur les réseaux, par exemple pour lutter contre les messages indésirables. Parfois le traitement différencié des contenus engendre des discriminations non justifiées. Ainsi, en est-il si un opérateur en place dégrade un service concurrent de téléphonie sur Internet, tel que Skype. Le droit de la concurrence permet a priori de sanctionner un tel comportement anti-concurrentiel. Mais cela suffit-il à assurer la neutralité des réseaux ? Par ailleurs, l’augmentation rapide du trafic et l’ampleur des investissements à faire dans les infrastructures du futur incitent les opérateurs à limiter les débits de base, tout en garantissant la qualité de services spécialisés, par exemple de vidéoconférence. Cette différenciation des offres a un prix. On s’éloigne du principe originel de l’Internet qui veut que toutes les communications soient traitées de la même manière. Depuis quelques années, des académiques et pionniers de l’Internet dénoncent le risque d’un Internet « à plusieurs vitesses ». Aujourd’hui, les voix des consommateurs se font entendre. Faut-il adopter une législation spécifique ? Le cadre actuel des télécommunications en Europe suffit-il pour garantir la neutralité ? Mais d’abord, comment définir la neutralité de l’Internet ? Telles sont quelques-unes des questions que cet ouvrage examine à un moment où la neutralité de l’Internet revient dans l’actualité. En juin 2013, la Commission européenne a en effet affiché sa volonté de légiférer en la matière. Le présent recueil de contributions vient donc à point nommé. This book summarizes the state of discussions regarding net neutrality in Europe. It comes at the time the European Commission intends to legislate to guarantee the right of all citizens to access the open Internet. Net neutrality is not only about how to ensure the fundamental right to receive and impart online information. The rules on the protection of consumers, by fostering transparency, also contribute to Internet neutrality and openness. Similarly competition law prohibits anti-competitive discrimination, including in Internet communications. Net neutrality thus appears at the juncture of various areas of the law. The contributions of this book compare the merits of various forms of regulation and discuss the policy dimensions of the net neutrality debate.

Future Wireless And Optical Networks

Author : Shengming Jiang
ISBN : 9781447128229
Genre : Computers
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This book reviews the challenges of all-optical and wireless networks for the future Internet, with a focus on cross-layer design and optimization. Features: presents a thorough introduction to major networking modes and their effect on Internet development; proposes a new structure favorable for all-optical packet switching; discusses a new quality of service (QoS) provisioning approach, which overcomes the scalability problem of IntServ and the coarse QoS granularity of DiffServ; describes the end-to-end arguments in Internet design, before investigating a solution to congestion control problems in multi-hop wireless and all-optical networks; examines how to exploit multiple-input-multiple-output technology to improve network performance in centralized wireless networks; surveys green networking strategies from a quantitative perspective; suggests a strategic vision for possible developments of network technology for the future Internet.

Secure Mobile Ad Hoc Networks And Sensors

Author : Mike Burmester
ISBN : 9783540366461
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the First International Workshop on Secure Mobile Ad-hoc Networks and Sensors, MADNES 2005, held in Singapore, in September 2005. The book presents 12 revised full papers together with 5 keynote papers and 1 invited paper. These address current topics of all security aspects of constrained network environments with special focus to mobile agents, sensor networks and radio frequency devices.

Autonomic Communication

Author : Ioannis Stavrakakis
ISBN : 9783540329930
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Second International IFIP Workshop on Autonomic Communication, WAC 2005, held in Athens, Greece in October 2005. The 22 revised full papers presented together with one keynote paper, three invited papers and two panel summaries were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvement from numerous submissions. The papers discuss the principles of Autonomic Communication (AC).

Interactive Multimedia On Next Generation Networks

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Genre : Artificial intelligence
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