|reply to FFH |
Re: Funny coming from a site who's business based on blacklists
I would agree w/the blog post's assertion that the differences are "stark." The choice for a person, a business, a school, etc. to run this on THEIR network is just that - their choice.
Having no choice whatsoever, on any network, even one that you are managing, is different.
Kind of interesting to see their take on it, coming straight from a business who already knows that DNS level blocking is possible.
Even with secure DNS, and even if all the root servers play along with the proposed bill, it'll only force the hand of those who disagree and create even more havoc on the 'net.
As if all the spyware, spam, scams, let alone very evil things online aren't bad enough. Worrying about some "possibly" infringing site seems like a waste of time compared to all the seriously evil things online.