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APCSP Lesson 2.3

Internet The global public network of independent and autonomous networks that are governed by the Internet Protocol Suite.
World Wide Web An Internet application that is based on the HTTP protocol.
Protocol A system of rules that govern the behavior of some system.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) The suite a protocols that determine the behavior of the Internet.
HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) The protocol that controls the behavior of the Web.
Tim Berners-Lee inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW).
higher level of abstraction the WWW is referred to as this in the sense that the HTTP protocol uses lower level protocols, such as TCP, to provide a set of tools that simplifies the handling of multi-media resources.
Open Standard Standard (such as TCP, HTTP) that is not owned or controlled by a private entity. It stands in contrast to 'proprietary' materials', which are owned or controlled by a private entity.
Created by: mgarda