New netblock Geolocate wrong (Google)

Andy Davidson andy at
Tue Jan 19 16:15:11 UTC 2010

On 19/01/2010 12:13, Richard Barnes wrote:
> FWIW, there has been some work in the IETF on creating protocols to
> allow pretty rich location information to be published in reverse DNS.

This would be good, but it must be remembered that this would only ever
be one clue about where a user actually is; for example we can not
expect people who use geo-ip to try to honour international copy rights
to ever use it.

Sadly ;-)


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