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I hope these questions challenge your assumptions about the issue as much as they've made me rethink some of my assumptions about networking and the legal framework of the Internet.

As a final thought, perhaps the 'home address' analogy is strained in this context - maybe we should compare this to the ownership of phone numbers (and their portability).

Finally, I must say I agree with Mr. Cerf in his comments at the IGF a few weeks back; I'm not sure it's does anyone any good to run around selling v4 space - what we likely should be doing is encouraging all who can to implement v6 to the extent possible.

Thank you all very much,

Ernesto M. Rubi
Sr. Network Engineer
Florida International Univ, Miami
Reply-to: ernesto at cs.fiu.edu

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