[A-List] Explanation needed
toddfboyle at gmail.com
Sat Dec 11 22:56:20 MST 2010
The scenarios where the Internet stops might include breakdown
in civil society, or fascist coup, or war, etc.etc. But could also simply
take the form of Comcast, telcos and a few others) just changing the
technology. The thing already operates on layer 2 or other things
besides TCP-IP anyway, especially the rapidly increasing wireless
links. What I see is, "the industry" improves the Internet by upgrading
it out of any resemblance to net neutrality, making it much more like
the telephone network and the cable TV network-- Proprietary,
unusable for anything except *exactly* defined things. I think they
are playing with us. Giving us lots of rope. They already control the thing.
At 01:43 PM 12/11/2010, Razer wrote:
>...and the explanation IS: It's a 'server farm'
> > The vast cave, drilled into granite under the Vita Berg Park in
> > Stockholm, houses dozens of computer servers used as storage by many
> > companies
>There are places like this ALL OVER the SF Bay area... mostly in
>buildings, but why nt an old bunker.
>Point being... WikiLeaks IS NOT this facility. MY EMAILS are just as
>liable to travel through this site's servers on their way to Europe as
>WikiLeaks data, and IF this server farm allows WikiLeaks to operate
>using their machines...
>What OF it?
>They should get an award.
>Do you even know how the internet works Margaret?
>NO ONE keeps a dns list or active server for it on their on machine anymore.
>I used to do that on Ham Radio with TCP/IP over the radio years ago
>(early 90s), but NO ONE has done this on their own computer for the
>internet, for most of the internet's existence.
>Without places like the facility you're seeing in this article you'd
>HAVE NO INTERNET.
>Would you like that?
>...Now STOP rumor mongering Wikileaks
>Razer (In a baaaad mood)
>On 12/10/2010 10:11 PM, MARGARET WYLES wrote:
> > Why is it that Wikileaks needed Amazon if they have an underground
> > facility that could survive a nuclear attack!
> > Anyone else starting to call this for what it is? This is a hoax. But
> > the beauty of the hoax is that within the lie, the truth is revealed.
> > Clearly someone or some organization of considerable influence is the
> > mastermind behind Assange.
> > Anyone care to guess who/what that might be?
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