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On January 16th 1986 it took place the DARPA Gateway Algorithms and Data Structures Task Force Meeting and it was announced it's demise and the formation of two new task forces in its place: the Internet Architecture Task Force (INARC) and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF):
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