[discuss] On Addresses and Identifiers / proceeding properly

Jefsey jefsey at jefsey.com
Fri Mar 7 10:39:51 UTC 2014

At 07:06 07/03/2014, McTim wrote:
>I did answer, and I used to work at one of the RIRs AND I was Chair 
>of the Policy WG of another RIR, so I think I have a bit of clue.
>What wasn't answered?

I think that what was not answered was a basic question of 
multirelational sovereignty: do we think that IETF RFCs, I*practices, 
RIRs tables, or /1net recommandations are binding international laws 
the disrespect of which will be globally and consensually accepted as 
a motive for economic crisis, cyberwar or more.

In other terms, who is sovereign in the cyberspace? And what is 
sovereignty in there?

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