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Re: Who wants to be in charge of the Internet today?

  • From: Roy
  • Date: Fri Jun 23 10:25:30 2006
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Scott Weeks wrote:
----- Original Message Follows -----


From: Sean Donelan <sean@donelan.com>


The U.S. is poorly prepared for a major disruption of the
Internet, according to a study that an influential group
Wow! They mean the internet backbone might break? We
better shore up that puppy and warn the tier 1 folks... ;-)

scott


The levees will break and you will be flooded. You do have an Internet evacuation plan don't you? That is where you make all your lines outbound and move your bits to higher ground.






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