Global Information Infrastructure

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IETF

Global Information Infrastructure: A collection of networks, end user equipment, information, and human resources which can be used to access valuable information, communicate with each other, work, learn, receive entertainment from it, at any time and from any place, with affordable cost on a global scale. [1]

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  1. IETF RFC449 Internet Security Glossary 2