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Internet privacy - Wikipedia.

Levels of privacy. Internet and digital privacy are viewed differently from traditional expectations of privacy. Internet privacy is primarily concerned with protecting user information. Law Professor Jerry Kang explains that the term privacy expresses space, decision, and information. In terms of space, individuals have an expectation that their physical spaces (e.g. homes, cars) ....

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Regional Internet registry - Wikipedia.

A local Internet registry (LIR) is an organization that has been allocated a block of IP addresses by a RIR, and that assigns most parts of this block to its own customers. Most LIRs are Internet service providers, enterprises, or academic institutions. Membership in a regional Internet registry is required to become a LIR. See also.

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Cookie (internet) - Wikipedia.

Een cookie is een hoeveelheid data die een server naar de webbrowser stuurt met de bedoeling dat deze opgeslagen wordt en bij een volgend bezoek weer naar de server teruggestuurd wordt. Zo kan de server de browser opnieuw herkennen en bijhouden wat de gebruiker, c.q. de webbrowser, in het verleden heeft gedaan. Een dergelijk historie is bijvoorbeeld voor ....

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Internet of things - Wikipedia.

The Internet of things (IoT) describes physical objects (or groups of such objects) with sensors, processing ability, software, and other technologies that connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the Internet or other communications networks. Internet of things has been considered a misnomer because devices do not need to be connected to the public ....

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Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard - Wikipedia.

The Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard (EBICS) is a German transmission protocol developed by the German Banking Industry Committee for sending payment information between banks over the Internet.It grew out of the earlier BCS-FTAM protocol that was developed in 1995, with the aim of being able to use internet connections and TCP/IP.It is mandated for ....

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Internet - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Internet is used for many things, such as electronic mail, online chat, file transfer and other documents of the World Wide Web.. The most used service on the Internet is the World Wide Web (which is also called the "Web" or "www"). The web contains websites, including blogs and wikis like Wikipedia. Webpages on the Internet can be seen and read by anyone (unless the page ....

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Web application - Wikipedia.

A web application (or web app) is application software that runs in a web browser, unlike software programs that run locally and natively on the operating system (OS) of the device.Web applications are delivered on the World Wide Web to users with an active network connection..

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A Bigger Splash - Wikipedia.

A Bigger Splash is a large pop art painting by British artist David Hockney.Measuring 242.5 centimetres (95.5 in) by 243.9 centimetres (96.0 in), it depicts a swimming pool beside a modern house, disturbed by a large splash of water created by an unseen figure who has apparently just jumped in from a diving board.It was painted in California between April and June 1967, when ....

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Human resources - Wikipedia.

Human resources is the set of people who make up the workforce of an organization, business sector, industry, or economy.A narrower concept is human capital, the knowledge and skills which the individuals command.Similar terms include manpower, labor, personnel, associates or simply: people. The human-resources department (HR department) of an organization performs ....

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Breakup of the Bell System - Wikipedia.

The breakup of the Bell System was mandated on January 8, 1982, by an agreed consent decree providing that AT&T Corporation would, as had been initially proposed by AT&T, relinquish control of the Bell Operating Companies, which had provided local telephone service in the United States. This effectively took the monopoly that was the Bell System and split it into entirely separate ....

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Local search (Internet) - Wikipedia.

Local search is the use of specialized Internet search engines that allow users to submit geographically constrained searches against a structured database of local business listings. Typical local search queries include not only information about "what" the site visitor is searching for (such as keywords, a business category, or the name of a consumer product) but also ....

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Nyan Cat - Wikipedia.

Nyan Cat is a YouTube video uploaded in April 2011, which became an internet meme.The video merged a Japanese pop song with an animated cartoon cat with a Pop-Tart for a torso flying through space and leaving a rainbow trail behind. The video ranked at number five on the list of most viewed YouTube videos in 2011..

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Brandolini's law - Wikipedia.

Brandolini's law, also known as the bullshit asymmetry principle, is an internet adage that emphasizes the effort of debunking misinformation, in comparison to the relative ease of creating it in the first place. It states that "The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than that needed to produce it.".

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Air gap (networking) - Wikipedia.

An air gap, air wall, air gapping or disconnected network is a network security measure employed on one or more computers to ensure that a secure computer network is physically isolated from unsecured networks, such as the public Internet or an unsecured local area network. It means a computer or network has no network interface controllers connected to other networks, with a ....

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XMLHttpRequest - Wikipedia.

The HTTP response. After a successful and completed call to the send method of the XMLHttpRequest, if the server response was well-formed XML and the Content-Type header sent by the server is understood by the user agent as an Internet media type for XML, the responseXML property of the XMLHttpRequest object will contain a DOM document object. ....

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Phrases from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Wikipedia.

The 42 Puzzle is a game devised by Douglas Adams in 1994 for the United States series of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy books. The puzzle is an illustration consisting of 42 multi-coloured balls, in 7 columns and 6 rows. Douglas Adams has said, Everybody was looking for hidden meanings and puzzles and significances in what I had written (like 'is it significant that ....

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Black hole (networking) - Wikipedia.

In networking, a black hole refers to a place in the network where incoming or outgoing traffic is silently discarded (or "dropped"), without informing the source that the data did not reach its intended recipient.. When examining the topology of the network, the black holes themselves are invisible, and can only be detected by monitoring the lost traffic; hence the name as ....

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