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The Regional Internet Registries
DNS Root Name Servers Frequently Asked Questions
DNS Root Name Servers Explained For Non-Experts
Internationalizing Top-Level Domain Names: Another Look
Why is SCTP needed given TCP and UDP are widely available?
The Internet Domain Name System
Wireless Location Privacy: Law and Policy in the U.S., EU and Japan
IPv6: Necessary for Mobile and Wireless Internet
Addressing the Digital Divide with IPv6-enabled Broadband Power Line Copmmunications
Establishment of global IPv6 address policies
Instant Messaging and Presence on the Internet
Chilling Effects of the U.S. DMCA on Cryptographic Research
IPv6 in the Home Makes Sense
The Transition to IPv6
Open Pluggable Edge Services (OPES)
Scaling the Internet's Routing System
Universal Design for the Internet
IPv6 and the Future of the Internet