On the control of the Internet.

Larry Sheldon LarrySheldon at cox.net
Sun Jun 13 15:23:35 CDT 2010


On 6/13/2010 14:59, Joe Greco wrote:

> Yes, but unreachability is basically only a problem for those who have
> failed to design and plan for it.  You can engineer for unreachability.
> You're a lot more screwed if we start talking about government mandates
> and the contents of your zone.

I meant to ask in my original posting:

    http://volokh.com/2010/06/13/32843/
    What happens when the US shuts down part of its part?
    Depends on what part it shut down, of course.
    But what are the available boundaries for the parts in question?

If we don't know what will be ordered shutdown and what the boundaries
of the shutdown area will be are there engineering concerns that can not
be foreseen and economically provided-for?
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