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Comment: Hah funny. (Score 2, Interesting) 148

by geeveees (#12109781) Attached to: RFC On New Internet Routing Protocol
No, not really:

Likelihood of misuse by large, multi-national corporations. Such a thought is, of course, unthinkable.

Availability of oversight facilities. There are those who would corrupt our morals motivated as they are by a hatred of the freedom of Internet access with which we are graced. We place a significant burden of responsibility on those who guard our community from these evil-doers and it is only fitting that we give them as much support as is possible. Therefore, all encryption and obfuscation techniques MUST be excluded - individuals who have nothing to hide need to fear the oversight of those whose morals are beyond doubt.

Care and concern for avian carriers. A duck may be somebody's mother.

The real joke is ofcourse that I actually RTFA

The number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected. -- The Unix Programmer's Manual, 2nd Edition, June 1972

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