[arin-ppml] ARIN Audits (was SWIPs & IPv6)
Martin Hannigan wrote:
> On Dec 1, 2009, at 6:32 PM, David Farmer wrote:
>> Martin Hannigan wrote:
>> > On Dec 1, 2009, at 5:15 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
>> > [ clip ]
>> >> Stan, this kind of question is kind of like asking the local police
>> >> department what their criminal profiling criteria is. My hope is that
>> >> if ARIN chooses to answer you, that they do so privately.
>> >> Ted
>> > My accountants know what will flag me for an IRS audit. My attorney
>> > knows what will inflame a judge.
>> Realize that is one of the many things you are paying them for, their
>> expert opinion on those issues and where the boundaries are, and what is
>> over line and what is not.
> I think most of us realize a lot more than you give us credit for. Why
> should I have to pay someone to help me navigate the ARIN NRPM?
Do you pay a lawyer to help you navigate a credit card signup contract?
A new car loan? An apartment lease contract?
I don't know, perhaps people should - those are all far more complex
than your typical business contract, at least the ones I've signed!
And the other party holding the contract is far and away more
inimical (epically those credit card contracts, Oy vey!)
> it's already complicated enough that people _do_ pay others to help them
> navigate it. Food for thought.
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