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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Internet-related_organizations

The category covers organizations who are involved with the Internet. ... A. ▻ Internet access organizations (5 P) ... Underground computer groups (5 C, 3 P)  ...

www.whoishostingthis.com/blog/2014/02/11/six-organizations-that-run-internet

Feb 11, 2014 ... The Six Secret Organizations That Run The Internet ... 1971: ARPA linked together 111 computers, including systems in Europe and Hawaii.

managementhelp.org/computers/index.htm

Learn all about computers and the internet in this topic from the Free Management Library. ... Intranets (Computer Networks Internal to the Organization)

www.internetsociety.org

Working for an Internet that is open, globally connected, and secure. ... Up-to- date news and articles about Internet Society and Internet issues around the globe.

computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/who-owns-internet2.htm

By following these protocols, computers can send information across the network ... There are several organizations that oversee the Internet's infrastructure and ...

www.seniornet.org

SeniorNet is the nation's premier and most respected nonprofit organization specializing in computer and Internet education for adults over 55 and those in need ...

globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/02/27/1396307/0/en/Bridging-the-Gap-partners-with-local-organizations-to-distribute-300-computers-and-internet-access-to-Austin-community.html

Feb 27, 2018 ... Bridging the Gap partners with local organizations to distribute 300 computers and internet access to Austin community ...

globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/05/08/1498826/0/en/Bridging-the-Gap-partners-with-local-organizations-to-distribute-300-computers-and-internet-access-to-rural-Colorado-community.html

May 8, 2018 ... Bridging the Gap partners with local organizations to distribute 300 computers and internet access to rural Colorado community.

www.nap.edu/read/10240/chapter/11

Read chapter 10 Internet Use by Nongovernmental Organizations: ... Many Russian papers and magazines have their own sites in the computer network.