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The Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) has been around for decades. In a landscape where technology changes rapidly, TCP/IP is still in wide use today.
Which of the following reasons explains this?
Vendors, end-users, and members of government all attend the Internet Engineering Task Force meetings that are held 3 to 4 times a year.
TCP/IP is maintained by one company that keeps the protocols relevant and up to date.
It is required by law that every device that connects to the Internet follows this protocol.
The creators of TCP/IP were ahead of their time, adding several ideas that would solve problems down the road and keep TCP/IP relevant for many years.