How anti-NSA backlash could fracture the Internet along national borders - The Washington Post
mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
Mon Nov 4 10:48:03 UTC 2013
John Levine wrote:
> I expect we'll hear lots of pontification, quietly fading away when
> someone explains to the pontificators just how expensive it would be
> to do what they want, and ask where the money is coming from.
For countries other than US, mandating domestic servers prevents
money going away to US through US based companies.
It is expensive only for those having foreign servers, which
nullifies advantages of global service companies over domestic
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