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Adding GPS location to IPv6 header



Please don't feed the bigoted hypocritical trolls.

Regards,
-drc

On Nov 25, 2012, at 8:28 PM, Randy <randy_94108 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Just because it is from Iraq; does NOT mean by any streach of the imagination that OP is a terrorist!
> You need to get outside the box you are living in and learn to separate the forest from the trees!
> 
> You are "entitled" to you private-opinions. Don't post said-garbage on NANOG!
> 
> I do take exception to such garbage; while other's might not.
> 
> ./Randy
> 
> --- On Sun, 11/25/12, Network IPdog <network.ipdog at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> From: Network IPdog <network.ipdog at gmail.com>
>> Subject: RE: Adding GPS location to IPv6 header
>> To: "'Randy'" <randy_94108 at yahoo.com>
>> Date: Sunday, November 25, 2012, 6:43 PM
>> The email address is
>> from?   auis.edu.iq = Iraq
>> 
>> Sometimes persons living inside the box cannot see the
>> forest because of the
>> trees.
>> 
>> PEACE
>> 
>> 
>> Ephesians 4:32  &  Cheers!!!
>> 
>> A password is like a... toothbrush  ;^) 
>> Choose a good one, change it regularly and don't share it.
>> 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Randy [mailto:randy_94108 at yahoo.com]
>> 
>> Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2012 3:52 PM
>> To: Network IPdog
>> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
>> Subject: RE: Adding GPS location to IPv6 header
>> 
>> WHAT???
>> 
>> Is this the extent to which This-List has DEGENERATED???
>> 
>> How dare you make such a horrendous accusation Sir?
>> 
>> You may NOT like what OP has proposed. I don't either for
>> more reasons than
>> one!
>> 
>> However, YOU are neither qualified NOR authorised to ask
>> such an appallingly
>> INSENSITIVE Question!
>> 
>> Your so called "Freedom-of-Speech" DOES NOT translate to
>> Character-Assasination on this or any other forum!!
>> 
>> Follow me you ipdog? Find you own bitch to abuse. Don't do
>> it here!!
>> 
>> ./Randy
>> 
>> --- On Sun, 11/25/12, Network IPdog <network.ipdog at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> 
>>> From: Network IPdog <network.ipdog at gmail.com>
>>> Subject: RE: Adding GPS location to IPv6 header
>>> To: "'John Adams'" <jna at retina.net>,
>> "'Ammar Salih'" 
>>> <ammar.salih at auis.edu.iq>
>>> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
>>> Date: Sunday, November 25, 2012, 3:16 PM Et al,
>>> 
>>> There is one simple question that needs to be asked!
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Ammar Salih @ ammar.salih at auis.edu.iq
>>> Are you a terrorist? 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Ephesians 4:32  &  Cheers!!!
>>> 
>>> A password is like a... toothbrush  ;^) Choose a good
>> one, change it 
>>> regularly and don't share it.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: John Adams [mailto:jna at retina.net]
>>> Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2012 2:20 PM
>>> To: Ammar Salih
>>> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
>>> list
>>> Subject: Re: Adding GPS location to IPv6 header
>>> 
>>> Your proposal doesn't even give people a way to encrypt
>> their location 
>>> data; By moving geodata to a portion of the protocol
>> which is not 
>>> covered by commonly used encryption methods (i.e.
>> HTTPS, which is up a 
>>> few layers in the stack) people can't be protected
>> should this data be 
>>> monitored by a malicious intermediary. Think: Syria,
>> China, Iran, or 
>>> any other government which will kill you for your words
>> online.
>>> 
>>> Application protocols sending GPS data under say, HTTPS
>> protect the 
>>> end user from revealing their location to anyone on
>> their path, 
>>> forcing an intermediary to look up the IP in a common
>> geo database 
>>> which will be mostly inaccurate in pinpointing users,
>> and hopefully 
>>> will save lives.
>>> 
>>> Companies like Twitter, Facebook, and some parts of
>> google are going 
>>> HTTPS by default for this very reason.
>>> 
>>> This proposal is dead, you don't have the sense to lie
>> down.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>> 
>> 
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