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Re: Creating a crystal clear and pure Internet
On Tue, 27 Nov 2007, Jared Mauch wrote:
There is an operational part of this whole internet thing that does matter, and I have to say, we can't just ignore the activities at the recent Rio, ITU, or other things. Without clued engagement will the policy wonks make the right choices/decisions? This does impact network operations.
On a more practical/technical level, I'm interested in how French ISPs that worked on the plan to implement it on their networks?
Orange France Free Neuf cegetel AFA GESTE SELL SIMAVELEC DAILYMOTION Numericable/Noos YouTube/Google AFORST
What technical methods do they believe are going to work as outlined in the working document Annex 1:
- Filtering URL or IP address (le filtrage d'URL ou d'adresse IP) - Filtering ports (le filtrage de ports) - Filtering protocols (le filtrage de protocoles) - Filtering content (le filtrage de contenus) - Filtering services (les outils de filtrage par les hibergeurs ou les iditeurs de services) - External monitoring (Le repirage des flux illicites par l'observation externe)
Unfortunately, Babelfish isn't the best way to read such a document. There are probably some nuances which don't translate easily.