Já não é a primeira vez e provavelmente não será a última, que o Kafe Kultura será visitado e visionado pela APO – Armed Forces Europe, Middle East & Canada.
É verdade, o impensável ocorreu uma vez mais, no passado dia 25 de Fevereiro.
Como pode um despretensioso e singular blogue merecer tamanha curiosidade.
Creio que a Internet global terá os seus dias contados sob a supervisão do Echelon institucionalizado.
Já nada será como dantes estamos todos debaixo de vigilância e a ser avaliados...
As minhas pesquisas deram nisto:
The .arpa TLD was originally intended to be a temporary measure to facilitate the transition to the Domain Name System. The ARPANET was the predecessor to the Internet, established by the United States Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). When the Domain Name System was introduced in 1985, ARPANET host names were initially converted to domain names by adding .arpa to the end. Hostnames in other networks were also sometimes converted to pseudo-domain-style addresses by adding endings such as .uucp and .bitnet, although these were never added to the Internet root as formal TLDs. Domain names of this form were rapidly phased out by replacing them with domain names using the newly introduced, categorized TLDs.
After arpa had served its transitional purpose, it proved impractical to remove the domain, because in-addr.arpa was used for reverse DNS lookup for IP addresses. For example the IP address 22.214.171.124 is mapped to a host name by issuing a DNS query for the PTR record for the name 126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa. “