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    The ECommerce Environment of Singapore

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    Strait which is at sea level. Its climate is tropical and wet. Precipitation occurs on 40% of all days, (70% of days in April). Singapore's two biggest natural recourses are its fishing industry, and its deep water ports. Singapore is also a focal point for most Southeast Asian sea routes. History Singapore was originally settled by Great Britain in 1819 as a port of call. The British used Singapore to extend their territories in Indonesia. It remained under British rule until 1941 when Japan

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    As recent events have shown, The Internet has played a vital role in various social movements across the Middle East. Social networks such as Facebook and Twitter are becoming the new soapboxes for people to stand upon and speak their mind. As with all opinions though, there are people who disagree with them, and want to discuss the opposing side or stop them altogether. A corrupt government or other leaders in power can try to use Censorship to stop an opinion from being heard. This is the case

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    Should ISP Interconnections be Regulated?

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    The Internet is a network of networks that connects millions of people. The Internet Service Providers (ISP) interconnects their networks, as it is not feasible and economically profitable for a single ISP to lay its network across the globe. The Service Level agreement (SLA) between these ISPs is not regulated by any government organization. It is competition and mutual benefits of each ISP that decide the cost of the interconnection [1]. My paper examines whether the lack of regulation for the

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    The Business Internet

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    The Business Internet The Internet is constantly developing. From four computers back in the early 70's to an uncountable number today, the Internet has extreme power and has changed the world. In recent years, Internet growth has been expanding more rapidly than the government can understand. The laws and regulations of a month ago are no longer useful today. The government either has to move quicker in deciding outcomes pertaining to the Internet or has to give up control entirely. Businesses

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    Perversion and the Internet

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    Perversion and the Internet The Internet. An information super-highway to hate, violence, and child pornography. Sure it was ok when the nudie pictures came out, but teaching children racism and bigotry and exploiting innocent children in a sexual manner is taking things a little too far. Buckle your seatbelts and strap on those eyeglasses; we are about to take a ride on the “Informational Highway”. The First Amendment has been stretched, ripped, and torn into little pieces of propaganda

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    Internet Service Providers

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    Internet Service Providers In today's ever increasingly technological world, the Internet plays a big role. It's hard to find someone that does not know what a web browser or web site is. People of all ages have access to a plethora of information, just by hooking their computer up to the phone line. However, like so many other technical services today, the Internet is not always free. In order for one to log on, they must have an Internet Service Provider (ISP). An ISP is simply an "organization

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    users. In this day and age of internet use, people in any given location can choose from at least fifteen national companies, such as sprintlink, compuserve, ameritech, erols and so on. Using these services are less expensive than America Online. Per month for unlimited use they average at around $10 to $15 dollars as opposed to AOL's hefty $19.95 a month. AOLers are paying for the appealing menus, graphics and services AOL uses to drive their customers to the internet. These same features can be located

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    neutrality It is the idea that there should be no internet provider who shall block or slow down any specific traffic or even favor any specific traffic. Net Neutrality simply means that all internet traffic should be treated the same way. This term Net Neutrality was coined by Tim Wu in the year 2002. In the following year, 2003 he pushed for a nondiscriminatory rule that was aimed at ensuring that there is a level playing ground to all internet applications. Since then the concept has been in the

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    Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites. What does this mean to the everyday internet user? Net neutrality preserves our right to communicate freely online. It is the definition of an open internet. This also means that internet service providers (ISPs) cannot block your access to any sites, just as your phone company cannot decide

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    INTRODUCTION NHO Sdn Bhd is a company that were 80% running their business by using Internet connection which is they need to reply email, check their customer orders and check payment via online. This company is selling cloth and accessories via online based. This company has about 50 of workers that were used Internet connection for complete their daily task. Currently they have multiple ISP (Internet Service Provider) that active. WAN Network Balancer is my proposed project for this company.

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