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DNS to Be Eventually Replaced

If you created something that is used billions of times every day by millions of people, you might expect it to be around for a long time to come.

Yet Dr Paul Mockapetris, inventor of the net's Domain Name System (DNS), entertains few illusions about the longevity of his creation. "I expect the DNS to be eventually replaced," he told the BBC News website. "The internet is all perishable technology that going to get replaced or extended."

Read full story: BBC

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