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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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'It provides minimum requirements and processes for provision of the public internet access service and mandates compliance reporting to ensure the rules are followed in the provision of this vital and strategic service.'
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