Unless lawyers loosen their grip on the business of law, the profession will not see the disruption it needs
In 1990, there was no world wide web. The internet was just a network of computers that was only useful if you knew where to look. Most people exchanged data on the internet using the file transfer protocol (FTP). Files were stored on servers and if you wanted to download them, you had to use an FTP client to connect to the server on which that file had been stored. The trouble was that you had to know exactly which FTP server your files were stored on. Before 1990, there was no easy way to do that.
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