Re: United States Says No! Internet is Ours!

>> Since the 'root servers' are by and large in the United States, or

>> under the supervision of the United States > The quoted statement above is essentially false. The root servers > *your* DNS requests happen to terminate on may be in the United > States, but that's just an artifact of particularly clever and > effective use of DHCP. The root servers are distributed around the

The mind thought "BGP". The fingers typed "DHCP". Oops.

Thor Lancelot Simon snipped-for-privacy@rek.tjls.com

"The inconsistency is startling, though admittedly, if consistency is to be abandoned or transcended, there is no problem." - Noam Chomsky

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