[dns-operations] Capturing 220.127.116.11 Traffic
dnsoperations at dns-lab.com
Wed Feb 27 18:32:12 UTC 2013
On 2/26/2013 12:01:42 UTC+14, Marco Davids wrote:
> > So what are you thoughts on capturing these queries and answering them
> > on local resolvers that are <10ms away?
> I am far from being a legal expert, but on my corner of the planet such
> action may, besides being a probably bad idea, even be against the law
> (depending on the precise situation). And Google's legal department is
> probably aware of that.
So there's net-neutrality law, but in reality... no net-neutrality:
a] large ISP's (KPN, T-mobile) proxy all :25 traffic, messing up "ANY" SPF records.
b] large ISP's (UPC, Ziggo) still are forced to return censored replies to thepiratebay.se "IN" (ahum) A queries.
...and the govermental telecommunication authority OPTA is not demanding to obey the law (which is newer than the court order related to that 2nd issue).
Met vriendelijke groet,
With kind regards,
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