[dns-operations] Where to find "DNS resolution path corruption"?

Mark Andrews Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Thu Feb 21 01:46:26 UTC 2008

> Mark,
> On Feb 20, 2008, at 3:49 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
> >> Now that they actively acknowledge they do things to "manage their
> >> network" like send RST for bittorrent flows I doubt anyone would
> >> consider it illegal.
> > 	They are uttering forged reponses for monetry gain.  Go ask
> > 	your local Police if that is a criminal offence.
> While I'm not exactly thrilled at NXDOMAIN redirection (regardless of  
> where it occurs), this is a bit over the top.  I suspect if you read  
> the T&Cs of most Internet service providers, I suspect you'll find  
> wording where they reserve the right to run their network as they see  
> fit...

	T&C don't put a ISP above the law.  Contract law does not
	trump criminal law.
> Regards,
> -drc
Mark Andrews, ISC
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