History of The Internet BEGINNING of arpanet

Around the time of the Cold War from 1960's to 1970's, the U.S. military wanted to develop a tracking system for their planes so they could tell which planes were enemies, eventually became DARPA.

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After the cold war ended the military had no use for DARPA, so they let universities use it as an information storage system, then becoming ARPANET. People started using a new type of language then getting the name Internet.

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