[LINK] unlawful interception of internet traffic?

Jan Whitaker jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Fri Dec 8 17:37:32 AEDT 2006

At 04:40 PM 8/12/2006, Marghanita da Cruz wrote:
>It seems that the governance of DNS is a problem... there was some 
>discussion about ISP being covered by the TIO but the cost of this 
>was thought to be prohibitive. It is worth noting though that my 
>problems were with a Telco, which had bought the Telco that had bought the ISP.

Maybe I'm just naive about the net governance, but wouldn't there be 
some requirement in ICANN re interpretation of DNs for the transfer 
of information on the net in general? It seems to me that if the DNS 
breaks, there is no way the net can function.

Jan Whitaker
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