[ppml] Abstract of proposed Internet Draft for Best CurrentPractice (please comment)

Steve Rolapp steve at rovingplanet.com
Tue Feb 18 12:04:23 EST 2003


> > To top it all off, many of these blocks, when SWIP'd, contain
> > information.  ICANN will revoke a fraudulent or invalid domain
> registration
> > why can't ARIN revoke a fraudulent IP SWIP and if the block owner is
> found
> > to also have fraudulent or invalid registration information they
> > have their entire block revoked.  That's the way the rest of the
> > works.  Do you think the FCC would allow someone to buy a block of
> > frequencies and give them false contact info?  The FCC would yank
> This has nothing to do with spam.  This is a valid complaint

ARIN and the other RIR's need to work with the IETF to build into BGP or
its replacement a method of de-authenticating address space and AS
assignments along with announcing valid AS's and blocks.  Then they also
need to create rules that will stand up in court so that when they yank
someone's connectivity it will stick.

Steve Rolapp

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