Re: [DNS] Commercial Interest from a neutral party - IPAustralia?

Re: [DNS] Commercial Interest from a neutral party - IPAustralia?

From: Nick Andrew <nick§zeta.org.au>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 18:28:18 +1000
In message <199806300805.SAA21016&#167;nico.telstra.net>, Geoff Huston writes:
>The DNS appears to be the servant of ALL of these names spaces, with
>conflict resolved in a way which is completely uncertain, with
>no clear delineation of legal responsbility between the applicant, the
>applican;ts agent and the name administrator.

Yes. My opinion is that the DNS should not be subsidiary to any of these
"legacy" name spaces, in the same way that IP addresses and street
addresses are not (i.e. if your address is 12 McDonalds drive, you're
never going to be sued by McDonald's restaurants).

Nick.
Received on Tue Jun 30 1998 - 16:28:20 UTC

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