As we have seen, the origional internet plans weren't planned for with advanced security in mind. As part of a broadband plan, obviously the telecom providers need to run physical wires accross the land, and in many places might be vulnerable to wire taps where they are hard to find. i reconmmend that when ISP routes traffic, that the raw data being transferred is encapsulated with encryption to which the shared key changes frequently, and not to use the same key for all routes. on another note, rolling out IPv6 to broadband customers should be a major goal for ISPs to implement.
Idea No. 206