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[ih] Some Questions over IPv4 Ownership

I understand, it's just that when 'own' is used; it implies the same
bundle of rights that you'd have as a real or intellectual property

So, routing policy aside, Qwest can't 'own' in the same fee-simple
absolute way you 'own' your real property.

For example, there are severe limitations as to what Qwest can and cannot
do with regards to alienation of the 'address' property it purpotedly

 If anyone "owns" the addresses,
> it is the entity assigning them to facilitate
> routing in its domain.
Ernesto Rubi
Network Engineer
Email:  ernesto at cs.fiu.edu