[Yeti DNS Discuss] "Global Internet Disintegrating -- What Comes Next?" (BBC)

Jaap Akkerhuis jaap at NLnetLabs.nl
Thu May 16 09:16:45 UTC 2019

 Dmitry Burkov writes:

 > On 5/15/19 11:32 PM, Paul Vixie wrote:
 > > On Wednesday, 15 May 2019 20:25:48 UTC Dmitry Burkov wrote:
 > >> Paul,
 > >>
 > >> what do you expect? To comment all this stuff?
 > > if anyone knows anything, this would be a great time to share it.
 > At this moment I didn't saw any funding to reinvent the DNS - is it 
 > enough  :)  Even I personally will prefer to do it. :)
 > >
 > >> I am ready to answer on any of your questions - but there are no
 > >> questions - I see only some set of interpretations in news with mix of
 > >> fake news...
 > > when america's political leadership dissembles, we in america are generally
 > > quite expert at knowing where the truth is. feel free to ask us, any time.
 > Americans as experts - never! We can send you charitable help - of course...
 > >
 > > but when it's china's or russia's political leadership speaking, the rest of
 > > the world has no easy way to know where the truth is. feel free to tell us,
 > > any time.
 > There are some facts declared by leaders and it is true - states will 
 > try to be more technological independent.

Over the years I heard the similar statements about being independent by
Europeans as in:

	Every country must have its own root server (so donot depent
		on those pesky Americans)

	Important traffic has to be stay in country (routing leaks

	Don't put date in clouds oustide the European region (Data
		protection lasw)

	Europa should not depend on data services (hit the news
		just yesterday)

and the list continues.

It hardly ever hit the US press it seems.


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