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Today the Internet is being used by nearly everyone for a variety of purposes, from communicating with one another to accessing services and resources. You can hardly pick up a newspaper or magazine without reading about how the Internet is playing a part in someone's life. THE BEGINNING The Internet was created in 1969 with the birth of ARPANET, an experimental project of the U.S. Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (LaQuey. 1994. p. 93). Its design was to explore experimental technologies that would link researchers with remote resources like large computer systems and databases.