From: adam <me@p33r.net>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Tue, Jul 4, 2006 1:00 PM
Subject: the dns situation

Greetings;

I, for one, have no problems with the current setup. The core DNS
servers are located in a country that's financially stable, loaded with
tons of dedicated technicians and engineers, and is arguably the most
free-speech-based society in the world today.

I can understand the rest of the world wanting a piece of the action,
but for places like China to have a little global control over the
web.... sorry. I just don't think it's a wise move. Maybe in a few
decades, when their people decide "Hey, we're tired of all this
censorship" and start a little web-revolution, but until then, the US is
doing a fine job on its own.

Best wishes,
A. Shanks