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Re: If you have nothing to hide
- From: Scott Weeks
- Date: Mon Aug 05 16:04:52 2002
On Sun, 4 Aug 2002, Sean Donelan wrote:
: > Diverse input to a government process can be good for learning about
: > choices, but consensus views should be helpful for making them.
: What group is the best forum for developing consensus views on
: Internet operation policy issues?
: One of the Mr. Clarke's complaints in his speech was there is no group
: the government can go to find out what the consensus view of Internet
: operators is. IETF doesn't appear to want to take on that role. NANOG
: isn't structured to develop policies for ISPs. IOPS, ICANN, ISPSEC, etc
: have issues. ATIS, ITU, NRIC, NSTAC would love to take on the role.
: The National Cybersecurity Plan (or whatever the final name ends up) will
: be announced in September. The next NANOG meeting is October 27-29. The
: next IETF meeting is November 17-21.
Invite him and/or members of his team to NANOG...