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Military use.

Initially it was invented for security agencies (specially military) communication and correspondence. It was the most secure platform as nobody knew anything about it. So, it was easy for security persons to share information with different stakeholders.

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When was the Internet invented and who by?

The internet was invented in 1969, it was developed by the ARPA (advanced research projects agency). hope i was of any help :)


What was the internet invented by the us military called?

The most likely answer you are looking for is ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network).


Year the Internet was invented?

The internet was invented in 1969 for the US Government but it was called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network). But you have to remember that the Internet is not the same as the World Wide, which was invented in 1989 at CERN by Tim Berners-Lee.


The Internet was invented by?

The US Department of Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) invented the internet in the 1960s. However, Al Gore(D) lied during a campaign and claimed he "created" it.


When internet was invented what was it first called?

I believe it was called Arpanet (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network). The original idea was to connect a bunch of computers on different universities, so they could share research.


Who invented websites?

The Internet was created by a government agency called ARPA, now known as DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) in 1969. At that time, the Internet was known as ARPANET.Additional answerA Brit called Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wibe Web in March 1989 and did the first 'transmission' of hypertext transfer protocol (http) the next year.


When was the Internet first invented?

The Internet was originally developed by DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, as a means to share information on defense research between involved universities and defense research facilities. Originally it was just email and FTP sites as well as the Usenet where scientists could question and answer each other. It was originally called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork). The concept was developed starting in 1964, and the first messages passed were between UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute in 1969. Leonard Kleinrock of MIT had published the first paper on packet switching theory in 1961. Since networking computers was new to begin with, standards were being developed on the fly. Once the concept was proven, the organizations involved started to lay out some ground rules for standardization. For purists, it may be worth noting that the term "internet" implies more than one network, the ARPAnet was a single network and multiple networks were not actually connected until somewhat later (e.g., NSFnet), creating an "internet".


What was the Internet invented for?

Initially, the modern internet was created on a computer, comprised of a text file, for research. See http://walthowe.com/navnet/history.html


Why did they develop the Internet?

2005-12-08: The Internet evolved from ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), an effort supported by the United States Department of Defense. The developers of ARPANET wanted to make communication between separate computer systems at various universities and research laboratories more convenient. See also Who invented the Internet? and Wikipedia's ARPANET entry.Contrary to popular belief, while the Internet was designed to survive the loss of various parts of the network, it was never intended to survive a nuclear war. See the Wikipedia ARPANET entry for more information about this urban legend.


Why was the Internet invented and why?

internet was invented for pawn


When did internet was invented?

the internet was invented in the 1965


When was the internet invented-?

The Internet is based on many technologies developed for ARPANET in the 1960s and 1970s. The first ARPANET link was established between a computer at UCLA and another one at the Stanford Research Institute on October 29, 1969. By the end of 1971, there were fifteen computers on the network.The internet was invented in the 1990-99 decade. Before the invention of the internet telegraph, telephone radio and postal mail were modes of communication.The first applications of nodes connected as a (ring) network over long distance by phone lines were realized between the 1st of September 1969 and the 1st of October 1969.Arpanet (Advanced Research Projects Agency) was realized by DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and SRI (Stanford Research Institute). Although DARPA's work is classified in this case the concept of resource sharing made the Internet possible.Other sources report the first connection was between DARPA and UCLA (Universityof California, Los Angeles). The node at SRI (Stanford Research Institute) would have -logically- been connected as well. The SRI node provided management and logging capabilities which made it imperative.Development of internet started in 1957 when Sputnik I (the first satellite) was launched by Soviet Union. American’s felt threat by this and thought that the Soviet Union could also do bomb attacks from the space. So they created Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) in 1958. It worked for the safety from space based missile attack. Then they made another satellite which was the first satellite of U.S.so we can play games yo.

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