On Fri, 2 Aug 2002, Keith Moore wrote:
The US DoC operates, directly or indirectly, 6 of the 13 root servers,
including A. Whether it is "right" or not is irrelevant -- the DoC has
the power to do whatever it wants to the root.
we REALLY need to rectify that situation. perhaps what we need are large
numbers of alternate roots that DON'T try to define new TLDs but which
exist solely to prevent the US government from exerting control...
bingo - have i just seen a sign of intellegent life on the planet? praise
of course one must also consider the security issues