How anti-NSA backlash could fracture the Internet along national borders - The Washington Post
eric-list at truenet.com
Mon Nov 4 14:30:15 UTC 2013
Just wanted to add something to the discussion:
Basically, they are claiming possible new laws in Brazil have left Google to
shut down DNS services locally.
From: Jorge Amodio [mailto:jmamodio at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2013 8:37 AM
To: Masataka Ohta
Subject: Re: How anti-NSA backlash could fracture the Internet along
national borders - The Washington Post
That is correct (not everywhere) but it has no direct relationship with the
economics plus violating local or international laws is way above layer 7
Also there is no uniform and universal standard that defines what is or is
not a violation.
> On Nov 4, 2013, at 7:17 AM, Masataka Ohta
<mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp> wrote:
> Jorge Amodio wrote:
>> There is no field on the IP packet header to indicate to which
>> political mandate the packet belongs.
> If a service provider violates some local regulation, the provider
> will be punished, which is the political mandate.
> That is, the service provider should better observe related local
> regulations as long as they want to have business at the locale.
> Masataka Ohta
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