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1. Application:  (HTTPS) turns typed url into Get Request 2. Transport Layer:  (TCP) Breaks message down into segments in order, reliably 3. Network:  (IP) Routes packet from source to destination 4. Datalink:  Transfers data between neighbors on the network 5. Physical:  bits on the wire 6. Copyright infringement ok only in acts of  scholarship, teaching, research,  criticism, commentary, news reporting… 7. 1) What is the purpose and character of the use? 8. 2) What is the nature of the work being copied? 9. 3) How much of the copyrighted work is being used? 10. 4) How will this use affect the market for the copyrighted work? Mark Weiser- was a chief scientist at Xerox PARC. Weiser is widely considered to be the  father of ubiquitous computing. Shawn Fanning: 1999 developed Napster at age 18, while a freshman at Northeastern  Univ. Basically creating Peer to Peer Networking, which allows people to download files  from others hard drives as long as the computers are running the same program Jon Johansen: 1999 came up w/ DeCSS which decodes CSS. Couldn’t watch DVD he  purchased on his Linux computer so decoded DVD. 2600 Magazine published the code Bram Cohen: developed BitTorrent which divides files into pieces about a quarter megabyte  in length Ben Schneidermen: 1982 describes the appeal of rapidly developing graphically-based 
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course CSCI 1100 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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