leo.vegoda at icann.org
Thu Dec 28 16:14:27 UTC 2006
On Dec 28, 2006, at 4:49 PM, Joe Abley wrote:
>>> My driving license doesn't have a photograph on it, so using it
>>> as an
>>> identity document is pointless.
>> There's no way for a minimum-wage security grunt to verify the
>> particulars of my passport, so using it as an identity document
>> is pointless.
> Which makes it hard for me to understand why they bother, and why
> they go to such great lengths to enforce arbitrary rules about what
> is acceptable and what isn't.
Indeed. I'm surprised the market hasn't produced facilities with
better thought through and executed security and access controls. Is
there not enough competition in each metro area for anything other
than lowest common denominator?
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