From: joe nln <joe_loui5@yahoo.co.uk>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Tue, Jul 4, 2006 5:38 PM
Subject: The Internet

hi, i'm responding to a link that i found in relation to a newscientist article about everyday people having their own say in some of the internet policies. and so here it is:

I beleive that the internet should'nt be run at all. At the very most, and i do mean the very most, observers should be put in place to monitor for INTERNATIONALLY illegal websites and activities. By this i mean that culturallly variant laws that are broken in cyberspace should be ignored, whereas crimes such as paedophilia should definatley be dealt with appropriatley.
However my main point remains valid (well in my view and hopefully in others), that there should be no censorship and, near, complete freedom retained.

I believe in this wholeheartedly as the internet is the one and only completley free medium of expression that the human race has ever known (and i fear that if certain organistations get their way it may be last)

Joe