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Re: Journal of Internet Disasters
On 11/16/98, Dave Crocker <email@example.com> wrote: > That does not mean no oversight. It merely means finding non-governmental > methods of achieving the oversight. I suggest, for example, that a > competent and careful effort of the type Sean is suggesting would go a > long, long way towards helping things, by providing public and clear > explanations of problems. Yes, it is possible that some ISPs would choose > to ignore the public disclosure, but let's worry about that problem after > give simple, public discourse a try. Such an approach has a good track on > the Internet. Furthermore...I'd be willing to bet that if the FCC or whoever got a lot of complaints, they'd form an oversight committee. Why not just form one ourselves, making sure that it's answerable to the needs of the Internet community? -- J.D. Falk <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Nathan says hi." Special Agent In Charge (Abuse Issues) Critical Path, Inc.