Who Control INTERNET?
You use INTERNET on your Phone, Computer and other Devices. Do you ever wonder who handle INTERNET? Who Control it? Who make spaces on INTERNET world Wide?
I believe that hardly you had a thought of it.
So let's see how INTERNET get CONTROLLED & WORK.
WHAT IS INTERNET.
The internet is, essentially, a group of protocols by which computers communicate, and innumerable servers and cables, most of which are in private hands (Private Sectors). However, in terms of influence, the overwhelming balance of power lies with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, which is based in Marina Del Rey, California.
HOW INTERNET WORKS.
The internet is a worldwide computer network that transmits a various data and media across interconnected devices. It works by using a packet routing network that follows Internet Protocol (IP) and Transport Control Protocol (TCP).
TCP and IP work together to ensure that data transmission across the internet is consistent and reliable, no matter which device or network connection you’re using or where you’re using it.
When data is transferred over the internet, it’s delivered in order as message. Data sent over the internet is called a message, but before messages get sent, they’re broken up into micro parts called packets.
These messages and packets travel from one source to the next using Internet Protocol (IP) and Transport Control Protocol (TCP). IP is a system of rules that govern how information is sent as conversation of computer, from one computer to another computer over an internet connection.
The Transport Control Protocol (TCP) works with IP to ensure transfer of data is dependable and reliable. This helps to make sure that no packets are lost, packets are reassembled in proper manner/list, and there’s no delay negatively affecting the data quality and size.
WHO CONTROL INTERNET.
The internet is controlled by, NO ONE. Yes, it is a half-truth that few swallow.
ICANN is a not-for-profit organisation that regulates online addresses, known as domain names, and their suffixes, such as “.com” and “.org”. ICANN reports to the US government’s Department of Commerce, the domain name process is effectively overseen by the US government. Half of the world's countries have all expressed concern at this circumstances is because it means the US has leverage over the global coordination of the internet. “It has a role that is different from the role of all other governments,” says Massimiliano Minisci, a regional manager at ICANN. “That’s a concern around the world.”
It was a surprising answer that only few people know, internet is not getting controlled by anyone. Internets's services is just get regulate by ICANN.
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