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In an age of interconnectivity and within a domain of cyber centered around the internet, it should be no surprise that cyber domain activities are nearly incapable of cross or interacting with devices belonging to neither the aggressor nor victim state in any cyber warfighting activity. In most imaginable cases, the internet or World Wide Web plays a key role in the conduct of cyber domain actions. The term internet itself belies the origin of its creation for internetworking, and the Web in World Wide Web is a simple and powerful indicator to the messiness in cyber communication paths. The internet revolves around a lack of regulation and singular ownership, where devices owned by organizations and individuals all across the world communicate in common protocols.
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