Thursday, October 11, 2007

Internet gets first full census for 25 years

This colour coded map encompasses the 2.8 billion unique internet addresses and could help chart the spread of computer viruses.
An electronic census of the internet's 2.8 billion addresses has been completed by US researchers. It is the first attempt to contact every web address since 1982 – the results could help tackle the problem of the supply of unique internet addresses running out.

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