Re: routing around Sprint's depeering damage

From: Larry Sheldon (no email)
Date: Sun Nov 02 2008 - 09:45:39 EST

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    Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:

    > The only government intervention I can imagine as being productive would
    > be to mandate what the "Internet" is, and if someone is selling access
    > to it, mandate that customers can demand a refund in case the "Internet
    > Access" doesn't provide access to enough a big part of it in a well
    > enough working manner.

    In some parts of the US, we already have that. We call it "Contract
    Law" where I live.

    You "make a deal" with somebody, with notes on paper about what each of
    you think is to be delivered in each direction, then when everybody
    agrees the notes accurately reflect the agreement, everybody signs it.

    If somebody reneges, the lawyers get rich and maybe a repair is worked
    out, maybe not.

    But if that doesn't work, probably nothing else was going to either.


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