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||Sun, December 16, 2001 at 4:00 PM GMT
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||Yes but the authorities don't like Garry's idea of .reg
That would clear up all the problems, and get in the way of their plan for the Internet
to be taken over by big businesses. The solution is there, but they CHOOSE to ignore
it. And most people in society are unaware of all of this, and do not understand
the significance of what the government departments, Icann and the registrars are
It's like the forthcoming 3G phones (please forgive my tangent, but you
may find this interesting). My friend is working on 3G circuit designs at the moment.
The new phones have many more trackable features. They have been designed in a way
that makes it much easier to monitor people. The UK government were heavily involved
in the protocol and technology specifications under the pretense of agreeing standards.
Yeah right. The new phones even monitor your whereabouts by relative distances between
base stations when they are completely switched off!
The reason why I make an analogy
here, is because it's another example of an arguably scandalous situation, yet 99.9%
of people are totally unaware of it. In order to appreciate the significance of the
new circuit designs and the invasion of privacy they cause, you have to be vastly
more technical than your average person. This is how they get away with it.
face it. Apart from us lot and the cybersquatters, Afilias and registrars (who were
all part of it) who else knows about the Sunrise scam?