[stir] Considering alternatives

Tony Rutkowski <tony@yaanatech.com> Mon, 27 March 2017 09:22 UTC

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<advocacy>

http://www.circleid.com/posts/20170324_use_stix_to_block_robocalls/

The blog is self explanatory, but seems worth
considering at the IETF STIR session on Thursday.
There are alternatives such as STIX that seem
far more effective, global, flexible, scaleable,
and contemporary.  They also involve less
"governance" and are less anti-competitive.
Robo/spoof call ISACs using STIR are an ideal
solution.

That's all the IETF STIR group needs to do is
work with OASIS CTI and recognize there are
other approaches!

</advocacy>

--tony