The debate "The internet was supposed to be invented for military. Yet internet is common use and mostly unreg" was started by
June 2, 2018, 5:30 pm.
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INTRANET is what he means i suppose
I'm not sure what your saying.
if your talking about in theory then of course I agree. but in reality the only major internet "regulation" in net neutrality. and that is less a regulation of what the internet can do, as much as ensuring that the privately companies that control access to the internet dont start doing their own regulation of traffic for their profit and everyone elses loss.
in theory, over regulation is obviously bad.
but in reality, what are you talking about? is it china? cause it's not the usa!
internet shouldn't be fully regulated. knowledge and power and we should keep knowledge available for everyone. the only things that should be regulated is like child pornography and stuff like that.
I didn't say it was, but that doesn't mean it should be heavily regulated like firearms and machine guns are.
Wrong, it was supposed to be for military use at first, based on the information DARPA's website.
thank goodness a private company didnt develop and copyright it.
it was invented by the military, but it was released for public and private consumption. it wasnt stolen or anything
the internet was invented for universities. where did you hear it was for the military?