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public Internet

The Internet (upper case "I"). Contrast with "intranet" (lower case "i"), which is an internal, private network. The public Internet implies that everyone has access; however, user registration is required for an email account, and many Web-based services also require registration. See Internet and intranet.
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Brett McAteer, director of marketing, IPeak Networks, said, "Right from the start, FVC demonstrated a complete understanding of the way IPQ is changing the game for video conferencing over-the-top of the public Internet.
The public internet address policy, which makes it possible to track, register, and regularly scan the computers that are accessible from the internet, was also welcomed by the SLs.
9 percent of libraries offer free public Internet access, up from 21 percent in 1994 and 95 percent in 2002.
The Sprint peerless IP network is specifically tailored to meet the performance and security demands of government customers by eliminating connections to the public Internet and creating a closed user group environment," said Tony D'Agata, vice president and general manager for Sprint's Government Systems Division.
With an IPSec VPN, every CPE is accessible to the public Internet and relies on IPSec tunnels to securely transmit data between sites.
KITCHENER -- A network of 28 public Internet access centres in Kitchener-Waterloo, will be hosted by the Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo.
will establish a net of public Internet booths throughout the country starting in September in a project initiated by the Communications Authority of Thailand (CAT).
NeuLion has implemented a private broadcasting network, delivered on the public internet, specifically for Hawaii IPTV.

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