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Protocol may refer to: Sociology and politics * Protocol (politics), a formal agreement between nation states * Protocol (diplomacy), the etiquette of diplomacy and affairs of state * Etiquette, a code of personal behavior Science and technology * Protocol (science), a predefined written procedural method of conducting experiments * Medical protocol (other) Computing * Protocol (object-oriented programming), a common means for unrelated objects to communicate with each other (sometimes also called ''interfaces'') * Communication protocol, a defined set of rules and regulations that determine how data is transmitted in telecommunications and computer networking ** Cryptographic protocol, a protocol for encrypting messages * Decentralized network protocol, a protocol for operation of an open source peer-to-peer network where no single entity nor colluding group controls a majority of the network nodes Music * ''Protocol'' (album), by Simon Phillips * Protocol (band), a ...
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Protocol (politics)
Protocol originally (in Late Middle English, c. 15th century) meant the minutes or logbook taken at a meeting, upon which an agreement was based. The term now commonly refers to an agreement resulting from a meeting, or more generally to any established procedure in an organisation or group, such as a laboratory protocol in scientific research, or a data transfer protocol in computing, or etiquette in diplomacy. In international law, a treaty that supplements or adds to a pre-existing treaty is often called a "protocol". For example, the Kyoto Protocol was supplemental to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change; Protocol I, Protocol II, and Protocol III supplement the 1949 Geneva Conventions; and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women is supplemented by an Optional Protocol. The most notorious example of a forged logbook is "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion ''The Protocols of the Elders of Zion'' () or ''The Pr ...
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