Re: [ga] Karl's latest
On Tue, 9 Jul 2002, J-F C. (Jefsey) Morfin wrote:
> On 21:18 09/07/02, Joe Baptista said:
> >no. control of the dns resides with the end user. impossing government
> >control on the dns would require monopoly - and icann is a false monopoly
> >- so at best any government representation will end up in the gutter.
> >granted government intervention at this point will prolong it's life - but
> >in the end it is end users who are in charge when it comes to root.
> what they do not understand is that Govs will not - do not accept the USG
> root. They do not accept its 18 years old non mirrored, non backed-up, non
> lived-tested system architecture, disseminating from an unique military,
> hackers and terrorist targeted non mirrored, non backed-up non live-tested
> computer system what is a small 262 2-to-4 letters strings and 749 numbers
> 14.5 K when zipped file, controlled by a single government able to decide
> about any e-embargo against any of them or their allies out of any UN
> decision, obtaining an exclusive information on their live and economy
> through its logger, and making it so complex, for the TLDs it does not
> list, that it de facto impeaches any DNS related social and economical
> development without its agrement. With only 7 poor TLDs added in ... 18 years.
exactlty. i've been going on about this for a few years. there should be
multiple roots as control of a root is critical to security. all we need
is someone recording the names and numbers to avoid collission.
> They do not understand that Govs will make the DN a stable, life long, and
> free as the alphanumeric pointers to the online belongings of the
> registrants they are. We will have told them. jfc
hey it's all entertainment to me - watching the choosen attempt to take
control of something they never controlled in the first place. I can't
help laughting at people like joe sims. i really think at one point in
time he was under the impression icann was a global root monopoly.
the worm twists .. as joe sims rocks around the clock tonight.
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