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[atlarge-discuss] Re: [apnic-talk] "ICANN appears to be actively avoiding meeting in the US" ??
Jim and all,
Is anyone really all that surprised at this? I sure am not.
Jim Fleming wrote:
> by michael (email@example.com)
> "ICANN appears to be actively avoiding meeting in the US"
> It may be that the market for /8s is outside of the U.S.
> Names are a distraction, to keep people from seeing the deals being made with regard
> to address space allocations. All of the "ICANN watching" seems to miss how the
> Multi-Level-Marketing (MLM) Machine is structured and grows. Each /8 owner should
> be paying each year and the same each year. You might want to comment on whether
> U.S. laws allow for customers of the same product to be treated differently. Also, how
> do U.S. Government contractors dispose of assets ? or manage assets ? in a fair way...
> "IANA IPv4 allocation list format change"
> Jim Fleming
> 128-bit DNS is closer than you think...
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