Ukraine request yikes
mfidelman at meetinghouse.net
Wed Mar 2 16:57:57 UTC 2022
Anybody remember the days when:
- News of the USSR's fall was leaking out over USENET?
- Folks were live posting from gas-proofed rooms in Israel, during one
of the wars?
There is a reason that the US Government was developing and promulgating
things like TOR, for a while. Kind of useless if we cut the lines of
communication. (Of course, removing DNS records doesn't effect
Matt Hoppes wrote:
> Information sharing should increase on the ATTACKED side... it should
> DECREASE and be cut off on the non-provoked attacker's side.
> On 3/1/22 3:53 AM, Matthew Petach wrote:
>> On Tue, Mar 1, 2022 at 12:19 AM George Herbert
>> <george.herbert at gmail.com <mailto:george.herbert at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Posted by Bill Woodcock on Twitter…
>> Ukraine (I think I read as) want ICANN to turn root nameservers off,
>> revoke address delegations, and turn off TLDs for Russia.
>> Seems… instability creating…
>> Information sharing should increase during wartime, not decrease.
>> Restricting information is more often the playbook of authoritarian
>> and not something we should generally support.
>> Besides, GhostWriter is based out of Belarus, not Russia proper. ^_^;
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