From: "John Blake" <kalital@gmail.com>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Wed, Jul 5, 2006 4:29 AM
Subject: Free and Open

Well, there are two choices....either renew ICANN or hand the duties to
other countries...like an international organization of sorts....but one
thing must be clear either way it'd done. Absolutely NO Censorship of any
kind shape or form. The Internet is for free and open communication,
learning, entertainment, and work. No organization or country should be
allowed to filter the Internet itself.
A more simple and structured domain system put into place. .biz, .it,
.info, and the other myriad of domain names is confusing...dot com is used
mainly because its cheap and well known...not because its a commercial
venture. The names should reflect general purpose like. dot com of course
for commercial, a dot for personal websites, dot org and net, charity, dot
edu/mil/gov, country, and a misc. Something like that.

Multi-Lingual Internet. Keeping it in English forces English on other
people just to use the darn thing. Lets have an Internet in every language
of the world or at least most.

Lets fully switch over to IPv6 already.

More security.

That is about all I can think of for now but you get the idea. Uncensored
Internet, Multi-Lingual, IPv6, Less Complicated, More Secure.
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Regards,
John Blake