|Re: Showdown with USA Over Internet Control|
|Scott Dorsey (email@example.com)|
30 Nov 2005 14:08:16 -0500
> So what would you have ICANN do about spam and other forms of
The same thing that SRI did, before ICANN existed. Disconnect sites
Very simple. The reason that spam exists is because some ISPs permit it.
Shutting off connectivity to kornet and thrunet would about halve
If backbone sites took spam seriously, it would go away. If ICANN took
> I'm afraid you're overstating things a bit.
> ICANN's arbitration authority is over the domain name. Period. It
Yes. They can say "your service is not appropriate and therefore we
JUST like Postel did with problem customers back in the days when he
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: __Thank you very much__ for speaking
I know that about that time, their flunkies, the International Telecom
That monthly hush money started about the time that I was on that long
Nah ... don't count on anything but spam, scam and more deterioration
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