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IAB (Internet Architecture Board)

The IAB (Internet Architecture Board) is the Internet Society overseer of the technical evolution of the Internet. The IAB supervises the Internet Engineering Task Force ( IETF ), which oversees the evolution of TCP/IP , and the Internet Research Task Force ( IRTF ), which works on network technology.

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Synthetic identity theft or real plaigerism causes a loss of income, and financial opportunites in my life. Internet access to real contacts is still an issue depending on contract agreements, unsecured networks, lisencing agreements, and defamatory information of the last 10 years, more or less. I would like someone of an unbiased and highly technological authority to look into this matter. 2014
P.S. I need financial repayment for statistical value abuse, with varying timelines, and varying global positioning that gives me a progression of access to technology, expediency of circumstances, oppurtunities & mentors for the rest of my life expectancy.
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