Re: [ga] OECD vs ICANN, re: WHOIS accuracy
On Sat, 6 Jul 2002, Kent Crispin wrote:
> This is circular reasoning. The main reason for lack of effectiveness of
> DNS whois in finding problems is *precisely* that DNS whois is not
> maintained very well, and is very easy to fake. This is exactly the
> question at issue. *If* DNS whois were accurate, then it would be a
> highly effective way to reach the problem source.
Garbage. There is no such thing as the DNS whois. I think i've only
found this beast in the fairy land called ICANN. Like I said earlier -
this argument is a red herring.
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