Martin J. Levy is feeling connected.
11 February 2019 ∑
To be honest Iím very pro this test (unrelated to the country at-hand), well; at least from a theoretical point of view vs. an actual operational disconnect point of view.
Russia to disconnect from the internet as part of a planned test | ZDNet
Russia's internet contingency plan gets closer to reality.
How else would they ever know if it was suddenly 1970 again? Other than Brezhnev's voice suddenly appearing on the radio.
they'll be alright - the UK's about to do a test-run of going back to the 70's for them.
quite bad translation of the actual news led to some wild ideas (usually human translated texts with the proper translator in place bring less fresh news 🙂
Barry Shein if we see Swan Lake in prime time, itís time.
Or animal documentaries for "news".
Translation: they stopped using the legacy USG root servers and have their own. Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Iran, China, Turkey will be using them. Poeple use tools that work.
Thanks for playing US, but the world just routed around you. Go read every word Stef ever wrote; nobody can say they didn't see this coming.
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Martin J. Levy
Richard - Nope. The article (the one in Russian) doesnít say anything related to that comment. The google translated version says:
The main idea of the document is to create a ďso-called national domain name system so that it is not replaced, and at least there is a duplicate copy of copies, so that if necessary, citizens do not feel Russia is disconnected from the root servers,Ē
I canít argue with that mindset as itís exactly what Hathi had to do after the earthquake that destroyed off-island communications.
Martin, it's a bunch of root servers. It's been discussed here before by people who were helping to do it, it's not debatable.
I really don't care what you think a google translation of russian said.
If you really think it's anything else would you care to make a wager?
I can think of 50 registries and 7 registrars... do this for a day and spam would plummet
wait for another day and they will rise again (I think those kind of guys go for profit, and do not care whose infrastructure or services to use).
Maxim Alzoba u bet
Go to the root article , and try to use some kind of translation service to see the text in English ... check what the sentence with 'April' says in the first article, written in Russian, and you might be surprised.
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I wonder if it was so hard to translate an item before discussing it?
I wonder why people forgot we had some russians here talking bout this not that long ago.
Wired jumped the shark ages ago. It's nonsnese now, not even close to right. Sad really.
This could destroy the computer security business.
About time, too.
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