Congress may require ISPs to block fraud sites H.R.3817
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Fri Nov 6 10:09:31 CST 2009
On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 11:07 AM, <sthaug at nethelp.no> wrote:
>> > Don't get hung up on the wording. A DNS blackhole list will do the
>> > trick as well. I don't think border ACLs on routers will be necessary.
>> do you use your ISP's dns servers? does your corporate vpn?
> A DNS blackhole list makes it *appear* as if the government/police
> is doing something.
right, so now the site I go to MUST BE the real elbonia bank site,
because... the gov't protected me!
> "We must do something. This is something, therefore we must do it."
ah, the 'make work' plan :(
> This way of thinking is alive and well in the form of DNS based child
> porn blackhole lists in Norway and several other countries. The fact
> that anybody who is *really interested* can easily evade these lists,
> for instance by using his own DNS server, does not seem to concern
> politicians or police...
yes, though in the case of CP the properties of the user are reversed
(in my mind at least)... 'searching out content' versus stumbling upon
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