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    Australia Has No Bandwidth and Never Will
    by Anonymous on Saturday April 16 2005, @09:24PM (#14916)
    "Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) chairman Dr Vinton Cerf told an Internet governance roundtable in Sydney"

    Australia Has No Bandwidth and Never Will. If
    current VOIP was turned up (scaled) it would be
    a major joke. Do the math. It does not scale,
    especially with IPv6 and the bloated headers in
    that joke from Cerf's Innovation Extermination
    Task Force.

    Vinton Cerf might want to revisit the laws of
    physics. He may be too lost in his senile world
    and his hype about doing IP between Earth and Mars. Mars also has no bandwidth and never will.

    People are now moving back to the large
    bandwidth islands. You have the classic have-s
    and have-nots.

    There is also a social bandwidth at play. It
    would be interesting to see Cerf and Twomey move
    the ICANN headquarters to Australia and see them
    become even more irrelevant than they already are.
    They have no idea how fast they will disappear
    with .ORG removed from the NGI consumer root.

    Cerf could not survive outside of the Northern
    Virginia (Washington D.C) insider's clique. With
    his ISOC there, funded by the .ORG cash-flow he
    provided, he can continue to dupe people until
    they walk away.

    People are now moving back to the large
    bandwidth islands, away from Vinton Cerf's
    closed little society. On those islands they
    find customers. Cerf can not tolerate market-based
    solutions. Everything with Cerf has to be gamed
    by government insiders, cloaked as private sector
    actors. He is an actor. He plays the role well.
    It is amazing how little he understands about
    the basic laws of physics.

    Cerf does seem to understand islands. The ISOC
    island over in Switzerland is of course a nice
    home-away-from-home. It is a nice place to stash
    the cash. Follow the money, it tells the story.

    It Seeks Overall Control
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