[dnssec-deployment] What does DNSSEC enable?
paul at vix.com
Wed Jan 12 13:00:09 EST 2005
> when that type of bait/switch occurs there are three
> classes of response:
> ) vote w/ your feet - in this case - never turn the thing on again
> ) sue for false advertising - the potential liabilities are so great
> that someone has to take the responsiblity.
> ) the great unwashed are so dumb that they will pay the cost
> in other words - carob aint chocolate - most folks will spit it out
> and want their money back... imho
you had me there until the end. i almost laughed coffee out my nose, when
i realized the implications of what you said. you think "most" folks aren't
"the great unwashed". i respectfully disagree. we can successfully use
this tactic and we will never be blamed, yelled at, sued, called bad names,
or otherwise made to pay for our mischief.
> for me, i'm taking the approach that DNSSEC is kind of like
> updated building code specs for things like earthquake mitigation.
> it costs more to retrofit my hotwater heater with extra straps.
> but if i want insurance at all, then it must be done.
may your gods smile upon your efforts, then.
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