DEATH OF GLOBAL WEB: INTERNET WILL END IN 2014 - KASPERSKY LAB
The Internet as a global network may cease to exist in 2014, giving way to dozens of national webs with limited access to foreign web resources, Alexander Gostev, an expert at the Kaspersky Laboratory, told reporters.
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Voice of Russia (Date:12/11/2013 09:00)
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