In this video, I interview former Internet Industry Association chief Peter Coroneos, the original architect of icode, who met up with former IIA board member and Crime Stoppers CEO, Peter Price to talk about the work, the trip to the White House and how the whole thing nearly fell apart during the infamous iiNet case.
One of the people who has been involved in the Internet industry since the early days remembers the period around the turn of the century as a "pretty volatile time" as the network was moving from being a niche technology to mainstream.
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