Issue No. 10 - October (1997 vol. 30)
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<p><it>Reed Hundt, FCC chair, in a speech at the IEEE Computer Society's Hot Chips Symposium August 26, 1997, in Palo Alto, California, gave his analysis of and recommendations for the future of the Internet. This article was excerpted from that speech. Although you may not agree with Hundt's policies and visions for the Internet, I think you will agree that he raises many important issues that will influence the Internet's next generation. Reed Hundt's term as FCC chairman will expire June 30, 1998, but all signs indicate that his views reflect those of the Clinton administration and will be reflected in his successor's policies. As always, Computer welcomes your feedback. Contact me directly or write to email@example.com.</it></p><p>—<it>Ron Vetter</it></p>
R. Hundt, "The Internet: From Here to Ubiquity," in Computer, vol. 30, no. , pp. 122-124, 1997.