[arin-discuss] ARIN billing practice
W. Kevin Hunt
khunt at huntbrothers.com
Mon Sep 21 12:05:43 EDT 2009
I'd have to agree with Alex. ARIN's decisions should be kept as close
to "binary" as possible and lessen or remove any decisions that are
I hate spammers as well, but they are a byproduct of the open nature
of the internet as a whole.
And even if ARIN DID punish known spammers, they'll find someone to
pay a few hundred dollars to for being the front man as far as an ARIN
allocation requests goes.
On Sep 21, 2009, at 10:50 AM, Alex Ryu wrote:
> I think that doesn't fly.
> ARIN is not law enforcement agency.
> Who's going to judge whether they are really known spammers?
> With what grounds?
> It may turn ARIN into legal battle for discrimination or something
> like that.
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> To: Schiller, Heather A (HeatherSkanks)
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> Subject: Re: [arin-discuss] ARIN billing practice
> There is also a much simpler change: ARIN could refuse allocations
> to people who are known bad payers. This will chop him off at the
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