The only IP that anyone involved in TPPA cares about is Intellectual
Property, and how to use it to squeeze more money out of us.
It would be interesting to see if IP addresses could be transferred to a
neutral jurisdiction - would only make the Internet routing table even more
of a behemoth, but would be like region-free DVD players with regard to
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On Jun 19, 2012, at 10:12 AM, Andy Linton <asjl(a)lpnz.org> wrote:
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 9:51 PM, Dean Pemberton <nznog(a)deanpemberton.com>wrote;wrote:
Yep - I think while geo-ip is still being used for
these sorts of
things, it will need to get faster at being right.
This also will allow entities in the APNIC region to transfer resources
into the ARIN region.
This could be your chance to make some money from those obsolescent IPv4
addresses before they become completely valueless. :-)
Seriously though we should be asking ourselves about geo-ip. Isn't it a bad
thing to offer service on the basis of geographic location - network
neutrality, free trade etc? Perhaps this should be in the TPPA discussions.
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