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Kevin Limonier · December, 2015

Associate professor in slavic studies, University of Paris-8 (Vincennes Saint-Denis)
Affiliated researcher at the Castex Chair of Cyber Strategy, Institute for Higher National Defence Studies (IHEDN, Paris)
Specialist of Soviet and post-Soviet innovation policies (especially in cyberspace)

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Latest posts by Kevin Limonier from December, 2015

29 December 2015

How the Soviet Union Sent Its First Man to the Internet in 1982

RuNet Echo

This is the story of a Soviet scientist who, in 1982, accidentally found himself among the first citizens of the USSR who were able to connect to the Internet.

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