Policy Statement on Address Space Allocations
ed at texas.net
Wed Feb 14 19:34:28 UTC 1996
On Thu, 1 Feb 1996, Bill Manning wrote:
> There may be other incentives
> applied to facilitate the return, but strong-arm tactics
> and coersion, threats and hostile actions are not my favorites.
> I'd prefer to take almost any other action than blacklisting and
> hijacking. To take such actions, while it can be rationalized
> as a technological means to protect a networks internal
> stability, is presumptious and rude at best and legally
> indefensable at worst.
so what you're saying is, if a Government (agency) were to take such
action, it could work..???
but then again, we don't *want* government involved...
where's daddy when you need him ? Love/hate relationship to
say the least.
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