By Robin Mansell
Data first travelled utilising packet-switching technology in 1969, between four university network nodes in the US – in the same year that the International Institute of Communications (IIC) was founded. In 1971, the US regulator, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), published findings in the form of the Computer Inquiry I. The aim of this investigation was to promote economic growth and innovation in the computing services market.
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