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    Who is behind the Shanghai Jiuyao Digital Network?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday July 06 2004, @08:17AM (#13885)
    Looks like Vinton Cerf, the Chairman of ICANN
    is on one of Kathryn's "whois witch hunts".


    "Who is behind the Shanghai Jiuyao Digital Network?"


    Cerf and Crocker and some of the other good old
    boys were just in China, trying to force IPv6
    down their throats. The Chinese are very smart.
    Very smart.


    Now, Vinton Cerf, the Chairman of ICANN is calling
    for public flogging of people that he suggests
    people entrap via sting operations. You can
    listen to his video taped comments.



    http://news.com.com/1606-2-5239781.html
    [com.com]


    Maybe Kathryn could be V.P. in charge of Public
    Floggings ?


    Ross and Chris can take the photos as the official ICANN
    photographers.

    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Newstar Re:Vint Cerf, SVP of technology strategy
    by Anonymous on Wednesday July 07 2004, @05:45AM (#13886)
    Newstar is clearly behind the IPv9 China Fiasco.

    Keep in mind that Newstar secretly employed
    consultants like Crocker and Manning to get
    control of the .US TLD and to destroy .BIZ.

    Esther is now a regular at Newstar and collecting
    her fees for the favors she granted. She is in
    and out of .DC and the .CIA corridor(s).

    Since Cerf is a CIA operative, he is at the
    center of the action and is acting like he does
    not know what is going on. It is an act. He
    was just in China using IPv6 as his cover.

    Re: China deploys Internet protocol version 9 network

            * From: Eric Brunner-Williams
            * Date: Wed Jul 07 07:25:16 2004

    > Professor Hualin Qian of the Computer Network Information
    > Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

    I was a guest at CNNIC/CAS in Beijing twice in 2001, where I met Hualin,
    and see him from time to time at ICANN functions.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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