Creating a crystal clear and pure Internet

Sean Donelan sean at
Tue Nov 27 16:25:57 UTC 2007

On Tue, 27 Nov 2007, Jared Mauch wrote:
> 	There is an operational part of this whole internet thing that
> does matter, and I have to say, we can't just ignore the activities at
> the recent Rio, ITU, or other things.  Without clued engagement
> will the policy wonks make the right choices/decisions?  This does
> impact network operations.

On a more practical/technical level, I'm interested in how French ISPs 
that worked on the plan to implement it on their networks?

Orange France
Neuf cegetel

What technical methods do they believe are going to work as outlined in 
the working document Annex 1:

- Filtering URL or IP address (le filtrage d'URL ou d'adresse IP)
- Filtering ports (le filtrage de ports)
- Filtering protocols (le filtrage de protocoles)
- Filtering content (le filtrage de contenus)
- Filtering services (les outils de filtrage par les hibergeurs ou les iditeurs de services)
- External monitoring (Le repirage des flux illicites par l'observation externe)

Unfortunately, Babelfish isn't the best way to read such a document. 
There are probably some nuances which don't translate easily.

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