From: "Jason Parent" <winters.scar@gmail.com>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Tue, Jul 4, 2006 5:30 PM
Subject: How the Internet should be controlled. My thoughts...

Okay, first off, we need better security. As phishing sites rise daily I see
no plans whatsoever to end them. That is a huge problem with the internet
these days. There must be a way to control it.

Since ICANN is keeping control, I would have a plan to speed up the internet
as well... it's 2006... the world is almost dependant on the internet...
faster speeds is all we need and then our limits are endless.

Dial-Up needs to be extinct. End it off as it has become the slowest option
ever. I know ISP's control that, but if ICANN can put some pressure on
companies (i.e. AOL, Earthlink,etc) then they will further their ventures
into the world of DSL and Broadband, which would also cheapen the prices. T1
lines need to be cheaper and formatted so regular home users can use it. I
know right now you can, but they are mainly meant for big corporations.

Better Security, faster speeds... the main things.

As for it really being controlled, assign a group of technicians to hourly
check to make sure it's being ran.

The future is the world wide web, control it with better security. Be harder
on criminals who abuse the law... be harder on the companies that use the
law to make sure they are using it correctly and not just wasting it.

That's my thoughts...
Jason Parent