A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace: Internet freedom paper.
   ARPA / DARPA: Agency which funded the ARPANET computer network.
   Autonomous System: Internet numbers that are used by routing protocols.
   Bolt, Beranek and Newman technologies: Helped to build ARPANET.
   Domain Name Registrar: Register domain names on behalf on end-users.
   Email Address: The syntax of an email address is widely known and advertised.
   Future of Internet Cooperation: Montevideo Statement: Governance.
   Host File: A file stored by operating systems that connect to the Internet.
   IANA: Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, founded by J.Postel and J.Reynolds.
   Interface Message Processor: Packet-switching node; hardware device.
   Information Processing Techniques Office: Devised the creation of ARPANET.
   Internet Architecture Board: Provides oversight for the IEFT.
   Internet Engineering Steering Group: Approves working group suggestions.
   Internet Exchange Points: Allow ISPs to exchange traffic across their networks.
   Internet Research Task Force: Conducts long term research projects.
   Joseph Licklider: Scientist who envisaged a 'Intergalactic Computer Network'.
   Lawrence Roberts: Supervised the building of the ARPANET network.
   Number Resource Organization: Comprises the five regional RIRs.
   Regional Internet Registries: Manage the assignment of regional IP numbers.
   Registrants: End-user who registers a domain name with a registrar.
   Robert Taylor: Received funding to build ARPANET in 1966.
   Stephen D. Crocker: Inventor of the Request for Comments documents.
   Viral: A term used to describe how an online news is spread.
   ARPANET: Computer network whose architecture evolved to become the Internet.
   What is the Internet: A beginner's introduction to the Internet.
   Internet protocol suite: The technological underpinning of the Internet.
   Domain Names and DNS: How "space" is assigned on the Internet.
   Accessing the Internet: Where to start and details the services on offer.
   Access Technologies: Details the various options for connecting to the Internet.
   Internet Service Providers: Companies which provide access to end users.
   World Wide Web: A history of the Web and how it functions.
   HTML: Markup language used to write documents for the World Wide Web.
   Web Browsers: A program which retrieves and displays documents from the Web.
   Finding Web Sites: The best ways in which to find what you are looking for.
   Search Engines: Websites which search a database of Web documents.
   Basics of Search: How to use search engines in an effective manner.
   Email: A brief introduction to the functions of electronic mail.
   Netiquette: Learn the basic rules of behavior which have formed online.
   Downloading: Process of retrieving data from a remote source.
   File Sharing: Programs which allow the sharing of documents and files online.
   Chat Programs: Details the instant messenaging programs for chatting online.
   Security: The vulnerabilites that come with connecting to the Internet.
   Viruses: Executable files which can delete and corrupt computer files.
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