IPv6 Since 20 Years: Why IPv6 Is Better For Privacy And How To Use It Without ISP Support

Introduction

On 1th December 1995 was published the RFC1883 by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) – the beginning of new Internet Layer protocol history. More than 20 years have passed since those day and today approximately 10% of all hosts with support IPv6. Internet access (data from Google Statistics). If we look to
the Per-Country statistics that say: IPv6 is popular in developed countries with technology power (some exceptions available):

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Top 40 of The Best Quotes of Linus Torvalds: Money, Hardware, Source Code And Most Important Things For All

Today Linus Torvalds don’t need PR or advertising – he is popular programmer, charismatic leader in Linux community and cult figure in modern IT. Yes, Linus has no such popularity like a Bill Gates and Steve Jobs – his work isn’t looks so big without the Microsoft’s and Apple’s PR managers.
The success of Linux today can’t be impossible without his technical and managerial talents. Linus also has their personal belief and can say it outright and boldly. In this article I want to quote the best citation from 90’s to now. If you can remember a better quote(s) – feel free to write it and source in comments. All quotes get in open sources, some uncensored words mask with * character.

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