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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
AMPATH/CIARA
Florida International Univ, Miami
Reply-to: ernesto at cs.fiu.edu





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