Leonard Kleinrock

Professor of Computer Science, UCLA

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Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of California-Los Angeles, considered one of the “Fathers of the Internet” for his role in developing its underlying technology, packet-switching, while a PhD student at MIT

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WikiLeaks has shaken up the US, its allies and its enemies by dumping hundreds of thousands of classified documents on the Internet for anybody to see.

WikiLeaks: Is the Internet Creating a New World Disorder?

WikiLeaks has shaken up the US, its allies and its enemies by dumping hundreds of thousands of classified documents on the Internet for anybody to see.

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