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Internet age

An umbrella term for the 21st century, in which information travels around the world in seconds and is made available to people in more countries than ever before. It is also a moniker for high-speed communications, the convergence of computers and consumer electronics (CE) and wireless devices. See Web 2.0 and digital convergence.
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Bob Pittman, President and COO of AOL, said: "As we move forward with the merger of AOL and Time Warner to create the world's first fully integrated Internet-powered media and communications company for the Internet Age, today's announcements are great examples of the quick synergies we can achieve together and the beginning of what we already know will be an extraordinary partnership.
NameProtect understands that policing brands in the Internet Age requires a comprehensive watching solution that encompasses both newly filed trademark applications and activities in the Internet space.
These well-timed developments illustrate a logical partitioning-off of two increasingly disparate business lines while, at the same time, it symbolizes a point of maturity for two companies that found meteoric success in the Internet Age.
According to Klasing, enforcing parental responsibility for children's online behavior is critical to protect individual privacy in the Internet age.
As the modern internet age enters its tenth year, MITX is proud to be celebrating a decade of accomplishment and continued growth.
The company is moving fast to drive the Internet age forward with semiconductor solutions for large markets such as wireless and broadband access and for new emerging markets such as digital cameras and digital audio.

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