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"Early attention to security issues might have given us a better internet today - or the project might never have taken off at all, says Robert Kahn."

"The net's co-inventor tells BBC Click Online how it all began, when, as an assistant professor of electrical engineering at MIT, he took a leave of absence to brush up on his networking theory."

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