Perry E. Metzger wrote:
The theory is, if the traceability is tied to your domain, then there's
a paper trail: if you're using a 2LD, then you had to register it; if
you're using something lower down, then you had to get it from somebody,
who can be held accountable if they don't pass the buck down to you.
Franck Martin <franck(_at_)sopac(_dot_)org> writes:
My own little piece part of a solution, is to enable global digital
For the moment GPG and S/MIME are not living to their promisses because
they are not offering tracability through a global certification
authority system (like DNS). So we come back to an old discussion GLOBAL
PKI with DNS help.
As I've said before: prime numbers are cheap. Anyone can get a
certificate. If we do this, we'll just get certified spam.
This assumes, though, that all registries keep reliable records. It
also has the nasty side effect of killing off anonymous speech.
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