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The Information Highway: : The Interstate Highway System for Computer Networks

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Provides a strong basic definition of the Information Highway (IH), including security, hardware and software and discusses the future ramifications. Identifies the four main parties involved: cable companies, telephone companies, Internet and the policy-makers in Washington, detailing their opinions and interests. Specifies a number of legislative issues involved and discusses the role of the Clinton administration. Finally, discusses the resulting business and economic implications.
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Keywords: Information Technology; Telecommunications Industry

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 May 1994

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