Email Portability Approved by Knesset Committee

Joel Jaeggli joelja at
Tue Feb 23 19:56:02 UTC 2010

Johnny Eriksson wrote:
> Robert Bonomi wrote:
>> Quick!  Somebody propose a snail-mail portability bill.  When a renter 
>> changes to a different landlord, his snail-mail address will be optionally
>> his  to take along, "just like" what is proposed for ISP clients.
> No, a complete street address portability system.

street addresses aren't so discrete that everyone doesn't handle them
slightly differently.

And over course if you want to totally overhual the way you do things
you can just build your method as a hostile overlay on another system,
there's a long and proud tradition of doing so.

> Assuming that I live on 1337 Main Street, I should be able to keep that
> address even if I move to a different part of town, and I should be able
> to use it for all purposes, including when I give my home address to a
> cab driver, and it should just work.  Why can't we get some reasonable
> legislation like that enacted?
> --Johnny

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