with ipv6 and its vast availability of unique addresses I wonder if we could create a different internet provided by ISPs quite the same way as now but with special gateway and DNS servers which only route approved safe sites (an organization would have to approve what are the safe sites). companies and people and entities would need to submit a copy or version of their safe site to the organization to get it on the new dns framework. hosting could be solely on this different internet too, but if I understand correctly hosting could still be done as it is now, although hosting entities might need a secondary ipv6 address for these safe sites. customers would pay to be connected by their ISP to the new framework, maybe pay a premium, but will not be able to access the original internet. of course at first this new internet would be small not very useful, maybe with a large backlog of sites waiting to be allow routing. I thought openDNS would be a great place to discuss this idea as much of what they are doing already is similar to this
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