From: "Dzur, Stephan - Kansas
City, MO" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, Jul 5, 2006 10:35 AM
Subject: DNS Transistion
Transferring partial authority of the DNS infrastructure to
countries (outside the U.S.) could potentially introduce problems
censorship in countries (such as China) where free speech is
(or is restricted), and these countries could (and most likely
abuse their power/responsibility for political or other gains.
personal opinion is that the U.S. should maintain control of
root servers, as it was the U.S. who essentially 'invented'
Share, yes. Give over control, no.
- Stephan Dzur