An Internet Address is an address for a resource on the Internet that web browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox, use to locate Internet resources. The address typically starts with a protocol name, followed by the name of the organization that maintains the site; the suffix identifies the kind of organization it is. For example, the address http://www.yale.edu/ provides the following information: http: This Web server uses the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. www: This site is on the World Wide Web. edu: This is an educational institution. An Internet Address is often called a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) and used synonymously.
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