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1991

NSF lifts restrictions on commercial use of the Internet

NSF lifts restrictions on commercial use of the Internet[manual_related_posts]After the National Science Foundation (NSF) changes its policy, the Internet is for the first time a publicly accessible network with no commercial restrictions. Four years later the NSF will turn over the Internet’s backbone (main high speed lines and nodes) completely to private industry.

NSF lifts restrictions on commercial use of the Internet

1991

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After the National Science Foundation (NSF) changes its policy, the Internet is for the first time a publicly accessible network with no commercial restrictions. Four years later the NSF will turn over the Internet’s backbone (main high speed lines and nodes) completely to private industry.

After the National Science Foundation (NSF) changes its policy, the Internet is for the first time a publicly accessible network with no commercial restrictions. Four years later the NSF will turn over the Internet’s backbone (main high speed lines and nodes) completely to private industry.

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