[dns-operations] will germany therefore make dnssec illegal on their shores?

Peter Dambier peter at peter-dambier.de
Sat Jun 20 10:50:27 UTC 2009

Closing your eyes to avoid a thunderstorm:

That is what they did on Air France flight 447. You know the outcome.

That is what censoring is and the outcome will be the same.

Just for curiousity:


That is what we (german pirates party) is doing against censoring.
Most of the servers are run by pirates.

An alternative root may be bad but censoring is worse.

Kind regards
Peter and Karin

Roland Dobbins wrote:
> On Jun 19, 2009, at 4:52 PM, Otmar Lendl wrote:
>> * This is more about political grandstanding ("we're doing something
>> about child-porn on the Internet") than anything else.
> Given that there are no significant voter blocs or powerful special
> interest groups within Germany agitating in favor of this sort of thing,
> it appears to be more about achieving control over political discourse
> on the Internet.
> 'Protecting the children', 'combatting political/religious extremism'
> (with the definition of 'extremism' left for the bureaucrats to decide
> for themselves), 'disrupting terrorist plots' (ditto for the definition
> of 'terrorist'), and so forth are simply bandied about as
> justifications, much as with similar situations in China and Australia.
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