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Which one of the following networks was invented first?
a) ARPANET
b) USENET
c) MILNET
d) Internet2

Which one of the following descriptions best fits the design of the Internet?
a) centrally controlled with a single point of failure
b) decentralized control with no single point of failure
c) decentralized control with a single point of failure
d) centrally controlled with no single point of failure

Text that has been linked, such that when you click the text, your trigger the link, is called:
a) rich text
b) active text
c) clear text
d) hypertext

An IP address consists of how many numbers that are separated by periods?
a) 2
b) 5
c) 4
d) 3

Prior to 1998, the responsibility for managing the domain name system (DNS) was vested in an organization called
a) InterNIC
b) W3C
c) Interpol
d) ICANN

In 1998, the responsibility for managing the domain name system (DNS) was transferred to an organization called
a) InterNIC
b) W3C
c) Interpol
d) ICANN

The barriers faced by the unconnected are known as
a) viruses
b) wormholes
c) digital divide
d) firewalls

Web sites beyond the public’s reach that require a password in order to obtain access are called
a) intranets
b) public domains
c) internets
d) extranets

It is unethical to do this on the web.
a) lurk
b) firefight
c) emote
d) spam

Wi-Fi access points that offer free wireless Internet access are called
a) HotSpots
b) OpenSpots
c) BotSpots
d) FreeSpots

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