ieee 802.11 wireless lan by Andrew T. Campbell

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Too much trust is placed in an insufficiently thought-out intuition.  Firstly, it is not easy to exchange many goods and services on-line. This is not solely due to logistical constraints inherent in products with a material component. It also has to do with the difficulty in perfecting systems of description and certification to avoid problems of adverse selection and moral hazard while carrying out transactions. It follows that the electronization of commerce is often only partial. From this point onwards, certain of the effects expected of digital networks, such as the globalization of competition, remain confined to particular activities: essentially, cultural goods and services, tourism and consumer electronics.

Similarly, the Internet is today giving rise to innovative practices that call for renewed conceptualization. There are three principal reasons explaining the Internet’s double role as a catalyst of practices and theories. First of all, the Internet is a planetary federation of digital networks, whose technical potential, notably the ability to act as a medium for very differentiated modalities of information management, induces a growing “digitization” of activities: access to these interconnected and flexible networks incites Internet economics, digital economics 3 economic actors to increase the informational intensity of their services and to multiply their informational exchanges.

When the Internet was “invented”, it was decided not to go through these different authorities for four principal reasons: firstly, they are known for being slow in elaborating standards, which seemed incompatible with the high rate of innovation in technologies linked to the Internet; secondly, these bodies did not immediately grasp the originality and the power of Internet standards and, moreover, certain aspects of the Internet put it into competition with the areas these bodies govern; thirdly, the Internet was limited to the North American continent until 1998 and even today the network is still predominantly American, despite a clear trend of internationalization; finally, the technicians and the entrepreneurs of the Internet, marked by a libertarian or liberal ideology, from the very beginning expressed an almost visceral suspicion with regard to State or international bureaucracies.

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