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Can the Internet be redesigned to reduce future conflicts? The Internet's underlying architecture, Internet Protocol (IP), was introduced in 1974. Since then many ideas have been put forward about how to update and improve it. One branch of these is called "Information-Centric Networking" (ICN). Trossen and Kostopoulos note how ICN could improve the ability of the Internet to resolve conflicts between the various constellations of stakeholder interests, conflicts that they call "tussles."doi:10.5325/jinfopoli.2.2012.0026 fatcat:vtyved4t5rgerlkkfwsj6doafu