The Internet Protocol, or IP, is a set of standards not controlled by a single organization.
The Internet Protocol
IP includes protocols for packet routing, the
mechanism by which files move from one computer to another. IP also includes protocols for the Domain Name Service (DNS), which is the way that one computer can find another on the Internet.
In 1994 the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) was established to oversee the continuing development of the Web, enhance collaboration among organizations, and insure the continued open access to advances.
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