NOTES IN GENERAL: Say something wrong, lose 1 point. Example GPL isn't viral. IPv6 uses 64 bits. YouTube is liable for copyright infringement (there is a pending court case, but safe-harbor has prevailed so far) Problem 1: For a 2: network of networks For a 3: network of autonomous systems (AS) or something that gets at that, could be how run, governed, etc. Here's a 1: network infrastructure that hooks up computers across the world to each other for the purpose of sharing data, information, and applications Why a 1? no network of networks. The internet doesn't have a purpose, per se. -1 WRITE TOO MUCH. The prompt says one or two sentences. -- Problem 2 For a 2, mention 32 and 128 bit, mention 4 billion vs. limitless or close to that. For a 3, mention why government is interested in this: any good reason can earn the 3 For a 1: failure to mention 32/128 or just too little For a 1: No gov't (so 2 max) and don't do 2^128 or tons or something to explain vast change with 2 and 128. Or use 64, that's wrong. ---- Problem 3 +1 convey what open source is to some degree code available, free to use, GPL must be viral +1 talk about open source in context of monolopy: MAKE A CONNECTION +1 open source software can compete by definition, so how to have a monopoly? Most will get +2 for the latter two, but if they miss "in the context" and just tag it on at the end, they'll get just 1/3 -NOTE: If there's just a list of what open source is, that's likely +1, they don't get the +2 at the bottom because there's no connection. Avoid awarding Brain-Dumps lots of points. ---- Problem 4 **** +1, say proprietary with a semblance of a reason that you can live with, else 0 for bad reason.Can't see this, but possible +2 say IETF creates open standards with something about anyone can participate, not a company, loose, etc. For the last +1, see more "rough consensus", "it's fair", a little more than the basic IETF open to anyone. ---- Problem 5 +1 ethical consideration +1 legal consideration +1 connect all this with non-profit, take-down alert, copyright law, sparknote/cliff precedent -- something that makes it clear that the student has connected ideas, e.g., DMCA, copyright automatic, etc. Can lose one if claims wrong/weak, e.g., "professors should have the right to prohibit notes taken on their lectures from being given to the public"