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    Re:Tony "the Rat" Re-Emerges From His Verisign Sew
    by Anonymous on Wednesday November 02 2005, @10:20PM (#16395)
    Dr. Lukasik is former Director, Defense Advanced
    Projects Research Agency; former Chief, FCC
    Office of Science & Technology; and is currently
    engaged in a number of counter-terrorism
    activities related to cybercrime and critical
    infrastructure protection.

    Mr. Rutkowski is currently Vice President for
    Regulatory Affairs and Standards with Verisign,
    active in a broad array of national and
    international security related forums, and has
    enjoyed a diverse 40 year career in public and
    private sectors, including serving as Dr.
    Lukasik's staff advisor at the FCC, and as
    Chief of International Telecommunications
    Regulation at the ITU in Geneva. [past CEO of
    the ISOC is not mentioned, consultant to NSI and also creator
    of the ICANN bylaws and liar about ICANN
    promoting competition for NSI and Verisign.]
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    Re:Tony "the Rat" Re-Emerges From His Verisign Sew
    by Anonymous on Thursday November 03 2005, @05:57AM (#16400)
    the most chilling statements:

    “When you use public infrastructures you can not be anonymous”

    “,,,because each user interacts with other users and with the system operator: thus we have license plates on cars,,,”

    “public infrastructures are "generally available to the public," and have important characteristics and user expectations such as substantial availability (especially during and after emergencies), and for the protection of users.”

    “These are the FCC's most important Title I responsibilities, and are shared today with the President, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Justice. Providers and users of these public infrastructure services in exchange for ubiquitous access to national and global networks, undertake obligations and responsibilities established in law, regulations, and technical standards.”
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