Internet Traffic Begins to Bypass the U.S



New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — The era of the American Internet is ending. Invented by American computer scientists during the 1970s, the Internet has been embraced around the globe. During the network’s first three decades, most Internet traffic flowed through the United States. In many cases, data sent between two locations within a given country also passed through the United States.



Everything has it day


Look at the source?.The NEW YORK TIMES?
Who wrote it FRANK RICH?.


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Look at the source?.The NEW YORK TIMES?
Who wrote it FRANK RICH?.

Actually it was JOHN MARKOFF

Original staff of the computer industry weekly Infoworld.

Was editor at Byte Magazine.

Was a reporter in the business section of the San Francisco Examiner were he wrote about Silicon Valley.

Wrote articles about the 1990s pursuit and capture of hacker Kevin Mitnick.

Wrote an article about the World Wide Web, referring to it as a “map to the buried treasures of the Information Age.”

I think he has enough background to give an opinion. The internet can no longer be controlled by a single entity.



I know it’s probably a legitimte source. Sometimes my’sense
of humor is bad.


Let the good times roll :slight_smile:

C’mon Galileo!!!


I feel much regret that the NSA can no longer read my email enroute between my ISP and I :stuck_out_tongue:


Time will tell, sooner or later, time will tell.