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Timeline 15 June 1992

INET ’92 Kobe

15-18 June 1992

The second INET conference—the first conerence conducted under Internet Society auspices—proves to be, in the words of INET co-founder Lawrence Landweber, “a groundbreaking event in the development of the Internet.” In addition to sessions dealing with networking technology and with networking growth and challenges around the world, the conference features prescient discussions of network policy, as it touches on issues such as privacy and civil liberties, and network applications such as online education. It also serves as the forum for the inaugural meetings of the Internet Society and the IAB’s first meeting as the Internet Architecture Board.

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