In the late 1950s, in line with the space race and the Cold War, the government put a tremendous emphasis on funding engineers and computer people, ... The country had a massive focus on subsidizing students, supporting government labs, and supporting colleges and universities. So there was a huge growth spurt in the talent pool in the 1960s as colleges and universities pumped out large numbers of technically trained people.

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It is because the US government has had the lightest possible touch on the internet...that we support the idea that we do not need another international body,

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