[arin-ppml] SWIPs & IPv6

> Further, there is a public disclosure interest in knowing who 
> is holding non-trivial amounts of IP number resources.

And in IPv6 only a /32 or shorter prefix is non-trivial.

> Because IP number resources are a public resource 
> administered by the RIRs in trust for the public.

That only justifies why we give the RIRs copious amounts
of data under an NDA signed by the RIR and protected 
within the RIR so that only resource analysts can see
this data.

This does not jsutify a public directory.

--Michael Dillon