9: the evolution of the internet, computer science homework help

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TCP/IP protocols are generally the elementary protocols on which the other internet
protocols are built on. A protocol is a special set of rules which specify the interactions among
the communicating entities. The IP is an internet protocol while the internet is a global network
which runs over an internet protocol. The TCP/IP is very important for the success of an internet
since it separates the end to the end state link control at end points from a packet in nodes which
are in the middle (Fall and Richard 13). IP is a very efficient mechanism for routing and
handling the packet data in a network routing the nodes. TCP service is an efficient abstraction to
let the people built the communicating applications. In addition, the IP can easily be run in
various network types and connect them together.

An email address is usually divided into three parts; the domain name, username and the @
sign.

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a) Domain name - This is the name of the server which hosts the email address. An example
is Gmail or Hotmail.
b) Username – this part of the email address refers to the user of the address. An email
address hosting server can host different emails for a single person or even for million
people. The usernames on a server are always unique to enable the server to send emails
to different accounts without confusion. Username usually goes with a password.
c) The @ sign – this symbol separates the username from the domain name. the username
comes before @ while the domain name comes after @.

Heavy internet use has several hazards to the users. It can lead to sleeping disorders,
stress as well as depression. If an individual is constantly browsing for numerous hours, there are
high chances of setting himself/herself up for a poor mental health. A research done at the
University of Gothenburg explained that the constant users of the internet have high chances of
developing stress, depression or even depression. This is because there is a link between the
mental disorders and a computer.

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Government should have the authority to block the citizens from using certain websites
when;
a) It is afraid of the citizens organizing for a revolution. For instance, the internet is a good
medium for organizing flash mobs, events, and riots. The government has to block the
social network with aim of preventing citizens from messaging one another as well as
publicly announcing the organized protests.
b) The incumbent politicians want to stay in the power. Some of the politicians take this
such that they even block access to the internet so that they can rig the elections without
allowing the minority groups from organizing counter movements.
c) The government has fear on ruining the outward image. For instance, a count...

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