[At-Large] Now, for the next big thing
jmamodio at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 19:54:03 UTC 2012
Probably no interest until somebody figures how to Trademark an IP
address and claim ownership to it, so when the DHCP server assigns it
to somebody else, she/he will sue you for Trademark violation. I'd
probably bet that there are several attorneys out there trying to
figure how to milk the IP address space, particularly now that IPv4
space is becoming scarce and there is an emerging market for it.
On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Evan Leibovitch <evan at telly.org> wrote:
> ICANN is focused so hard on the money-making gTLD launch that it may have
> taken its eye off the ball in a globally far-more-important function (IMO),
> ensuring the world doesn't run out of IP addresses.
> Do we have a role to play in putting this back on ICANN's agenda as its #1
> issue going forward?
> TLDs just affects the directory services, and the scarcity is arguably
> artificial. Availability of IP addresses is a real issue that affects
> availability and connectivity, which to me is fundamentally more important
> than domain names.
> What is ICANN doing on, and to promote awareness of, June
> - Evan
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