[governance] NTIA says ICANN "does not meet the requirements" for IANA renewal

Louis Pouzin (well) pouzin at well.com
Mon Mar 12 07:33:05 EDT 2012

On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 10:09, Daniel Kalchev <daniel at digsys.bg> wrote:

> [..]
> Your assumption, that one can reconfigure all of the Internet computers to
> use different root could work.. only under controlled environment. There is
> no way it could work on global scale. Which means there will be many small
> Internet islands created, and today nobody want's to be on an isolated
> island. Users will just change their ISP whatever, for the "real thing".
> The "real thing" is a **censored** net that masks out non ICANN TLDs.
It's just a big island.

A root including all known root zones is not an island. It's the whole
(uncensored) net. Users don't have to juggle with ISPs to enjoy it.

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