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[ NNSquad ] Re: Neutrality in Perspective
> > This actually seems to be an unrealistic example. There is no good > reason why a RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER should have the ability to operate > their own mail server, from the point of view of a rational ISP. Perhaps I want my email address to be at my own domain, and since I am already paying for "internet service" in the form of connectivity using your wires (the only real asset worth renting that most carriers have) I feel it unnecessary to pay for an off premises host to perform that function, as I understand how the internet was designed. Perhaps I do not want to use your POP3 service. Perhaps it makes my mail experience more manageable for me. Perhaps I understand what an MX does, and can properly manage it. Perhaps I am a networking student, and the best way to learn about MX's are to actually operate one. Perhaps I do not want to have an out of control government reading my mail without any chance of my knowing it, even if I ask you, my carrier, if this is happening, as you have been gag ordered by default. There are plenty of GOOD REASONS, friend.