> > Instead, we are looking at a routing system where some traffic will flow on
> > some networks if it is a longer subnet of a class B address, and will not
> > flow on some networks based on arbitrary filter decisions. Some kind of RFC
> > based consistency would be great.
> when this idea came up
> a few years back, there was serious concern raised
> about collusion and restraint of trade.
And selective routability isn't?
selective routability based on each ISP's internal policies is
one thing, an RFC that specifies how all ISPs should behave is a