[NA-Discuss] Fwd: The Internet Society on Egypt’s Internet shutdown
avri at ella.com
Mon Jan 31 04:06:46 UTC 2011
I always have a problem with the expectations of people who me tell me what I surely can't expect.
True, there is no way to tell governments what they can and can't do in any circumstance, let alone routing.
But certainly I think ICANN can describe what sorts of behavior is and is not appropriate and certainly I think that allocation policy can look at taking such behaviors into account.
I am not sure what else I expect ICANN could do, but now that you mention it, it certainly seems worth investigating.
On 30 Jan 2011, at 22:17, John R. Levine wrote:
>> It is a policy problem related to ICANN areas of responsibility.
> Surely you don't expect ICANN to promulgate rules that tell governments what they can route?
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