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NSF Seeks Ambitious Next-Generation Internet Project

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August 30, 2005


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In this issue:

* NSF Seeks Ambitious Next-Generation Internet Project
* QuickStudy: Protocols
-- Sidebar: The Internet Protocol Stack
* W3C Objects To U.S. Copyright Office's Browser Plan
* Google Launches Instant Messaging Service
* Microsoft To Release Antiphishing Tool Before IE 7
* Piracy Crackdown Spurs Shift In Online File Sharing

NSF Seeks Ambitious Next-Generation Internet Project

The plan urges government to forget incremental improvements in favor
of a massive overhaul.



QuickStudy: Protocols

A protocol is a set of formal rules that describe how devices or
software can exchange information with one another across a computer or
communications network.


-- Sidebar: The Internet Protocol Stack

An explanation of the Internet Protocol stack.


W3C Objects To U.S. Copyright Office's Browser Plan

For the immediate future, the office wants users to submit certain
forms using only Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape browsers.




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Google Launches Instant Messaging Service

Google launched an instant messaging service that will compete
against services from AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo.



Microsoft To Release Antiphishing Tool Before IE 7

Microsoft plans to release an antiphishing tool before the release of
the next version of its Web browser, Internet Explorer 7, as an add-on
to the MSN Search Toolbar.



Piracy Crackdown Spurs Shift In Online File Sharing

EDonkey, the dominant peer-to-peer file-sharing network in South Korea,
is now roughly on par with BitTorrent in the U.S., China, Japan and
Britain, according to Internet analysis firm CacheLogic.



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