From: Tobias Bräutigam <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Jul 3, 2006 6:39 PM
Subject: "German comment" on how the internet "should
CC: <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>,
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
May I share my views on what needs to be changed to
give freedom a chance.
As a democratic "old european", I think:
Needs of the majority of the world population must have
political or economical interests of countries or individuals.
* Internet resources equally belong to all users worldwide
* DNS control must be in the hands of a democratically
which is transparent to the public
* ICANN therefore has to be under control of the U.N.
- common veto
rights of certain countries have to be excluded
* DNS Root Servers must be hosted in a neutral country
A word on "network neutrality":
* I believe the internet must not "run" (as
it "runs" itself" pretty
good - dont you think?)
* Having some large companies (..) "run the internet" would
be the best
way to starve innovation faster then you can think.
Kind regards from Aschaffenburg, Germany
Tobias Bräutigam, IT Project Leader