[dns-operations] Hijacking DNS traffic

Noel Butler noel.butler at ausics.net
Wed Nov 22 01:15:53 UTC 2017

On 21/11/2017 21:08, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 07:13:01PM -0800,
> Mark Milhollan <mlm at pixelgate.net> wrote 
> a message of 43 lines which said:
>> Neither is very wonderful but each certainly seems defensible, yours
>> not alone for "my network, my rules".
> "My network, my rules" is fine when it is really MY network. I manage
> the LAN at home as a nasty dictator because it is really my
> network. But a public ISP is in a different position: it provides a
> service to users and they are expecting neutrality from this provider.

You obviously have no idea about the laws of Australia (or other
countries), ISP's are required to take all practicable effort to protect
the windroids from the big bad bogie mans, and required by law to stop
access to a large number of torrent sites 

The Federal court has ruled DNS manipulation is an acceptable form to
show compliance. 

Kind Regards, 

Noel Butler 

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