[arin-ppml] *Spam?* Re: Policy Proposal: Customer Confidentiality
kkargel at polartel.com
Wed Jun 10 11:31:43 EDT 2009
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> Owen DeLong wrote:
> > The realtor is not connecting you to a global packet switched network.
> > To my knowledge, no other private business does that.
> Cellular telephone companies do. And they don't publish their customer
> Note that I said cellular which has been packet-switched since AMPS went
> away. Landline telephone companies also connect you to a global
> switched network, which happens to be circuit-switched. They may or may
> not publish some of their customer lists. Telephone companies are in
> the unique position of charging extra for both unlisted numbers and
> extra listings.
> Telephone companies also allow their customers to hide their source
> address from the recipient on a per-line or per-call basis.
It used to be that IP addresses were a public attribute. Then I was very
much in favor of open disclosure.
Now that IP addresses are officially described as property that can be
bought and sold for money and hold value I think that privacy issues have
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