[arin-ppml] SWIPs & IPv6

lar at mwtcorp.net lar at mwtcorp.net
Thu Dec 3 13:31:06 EST 2009

Would you object if a locality required you to
wear your Name, Address and home phone number on your
outer jacket if you were out in public?

We are talking about other people's privacy so let's not
be too quick to pooh-pooh their concerns. You know, even
paranoids have enemies.


  Kevin Kargel <kkargel at polartel.com> wrote:
> Milton,
> Just as when you go physically go out in public you reduce your privacy, 
>people can take your picture, publish your whereabouts, write newspaper 
>articles about what you are doing, make not of your car license plate, tell 
>others what it is..  just so when you conduct public business on the 
>internet you lose some aspects of privacy.   
> When your network interacts with other networks you have an obligation to 
>be reachable and contactable by those other networks.  
> If you don't want people to see you, if you don't want to play nicely then 
>stay home, pull your networks inside your own borders and stop interacting 
>with the world.
Larry Ash
Network Administrator
Mountain West Telephone
400 East 1st St.
Casper, WY 82601
Office 307 233-8387

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