[dns-operations] IPv6 PTR best practice
paul at redbarn.org
Thu May 10 01:20:51 UTC 2018
Jared Mauch wrote:
>> On May 9, 2018, at 4:56 PM, Mark Andrews<marka at isc.org> wrote:
>> Just because you are a home user doesn’t mean that you should not
>> be able to publish the name of your machine. That is ISPs acting
>> as a CARTEL against the home user.
> I think this is a bit strong and full of a wee bit of hyperbole.
i don't agree, but the courts will decide, so we needn't argue.
> It’s also in a bit of contrast with the general activities of the IETF
> that are making it easier to evade long-term tracking with privacy addresses
i know it's hard to believe, but some people who don't want to be
tracked, aren't from civil society. the ietf ignores this at peril of
their growing irrelevance.
> It’s hard to have these multiple things that are mutually exclusive
> that’s even without living in areas with limited (or no) broadband choice.
what's inevitable here is companies and people rejecting connections
whose launch points lack breadcrumbs. that will not be a world we like
better, or that the ietf seems able to anticipate.
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