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Larry Peterson, chair of Princeton's computer science department
The Internet may have become a victim of its own success.

In a seminar Tuesday evening held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's computer science department, a leading Princeton researcher said the commercial Internet is no longer friendly to experimentation.


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Source:wistechnology.com By Jason Stitt 09/08/04


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