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    Ask the Jon Postel (IANA) Sock Puppet ?
    by Anonymous on Monday June 14 2004, @07:24PM (#13753)
    > ...... Forwarded Message .......
    > From: Rick Adams
    > To: dave@farber.net
    > Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 21:58:03 -0400
    > Subj: RE: [IP] more on letter from Jon Postel
    >
    > I find it rather astonishing that someone would attempt to justify
    > fraudulently impersonating a
    > dead person.
    >
    > Identity theft comes to mind.
    >
    > It is certainly acceptable to forward mail address to Postel to someone
    who
    > answers it but it is
    > ethically indefensible to respond in his name.
    >
    >
    >
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: owner-ip@v2.listbox.com [mailto:owner-ip@v2.listbox.com] On Behalf
    Of
    > David Farber
    > Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 5:23 PM
    > To: Ip
    > Subject: [IP] more on letter from Jon Postel
    >
    >
    > From: touch@ISI.EDU
    > Subject: Re: [IP] [spam] letter from Jon Postel
    > Date: June 10, 2004 12:40:48 PM EDT
    > To: dave@farber.net
    >
    > Dave,
    >
    > FYI, Jon's email is still valid and maintained here at ISI for a number
    > of reasons. Receiving email from his address - i.e., non-spam - is not
    > uncommon. We still receive requests directed to his address as
    > indicated in many Internet documents, as well as others (most recently
    > to clarify the IPv6 ethertype field).
    >
    > I and others at ISI handle these requests, which might otherwise be
    > difficult for users to redirect on their own.
    >
    > Getting mail from Jon doesn't necessarily mean something's amiss
    > (unless of course it's spam). And checking that email addresses are
    > valid won't filter out email from his address either.
    >
    > Joe
    >
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Is this how Dave Farber got .ORG ? and 20 TLDs ?
    by Anonymous on Thursday June 17 2004, @06:32AM (#13762)
    Is this how Dave Farber got .ORG ? and 20 TLDs ?

    When is Dave Farber going to tell people where all of the $6 per year .ORG fees go ?

    How come university professors are profiting from the DNS ?

    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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