[ppml] PPML Digest, Vol 10, Issue 10

> Most importantly, I think we need to make it very explicit that there is 

> no "permanent" IPv6 assignment.  ARIN *must* retain the right to reclaim 

> IPv6 addresses at a later date, if the user can not justify it under the 

> then-current policy.  I also think that allocations should be required 
> to be returned to ARIN or re-justified when another organization takes 
> over the IP space.  IPs are not an asset to be bought and sold 
> privately; they are a public trust.

This is already in 6.4.1 of the IPv6 policy.

--Michael Dillon