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Re: Affects of the balkanization of mail blacklisting
> If one wants to make MAPS-like functionality a part of the Internet, at > large, then that's where one might go. Clarify your thoughts, write them > into a proposal and bring it to either the IETF, the ASO, or both. This will never happen. There can never be an AUP involved in the allocation of addresses. Even the simple matter of "is this address block being used for virtual web hosting and if so have all alternatives been explored?" was a huge political headache. Questions like "do other people actually want to receive the traffic you want to send them?" would be utterly unanswerable (and for that matter, unaskable) at the ICANN/ASO/IETF level.