[ppml] Policy Proposal 2006-1: Residential Customer Privacy
jb at jbacher.com
Wed Aug 23 09:40:47 EDT 2006
Owen DeLong wrote:
> A residential customer should, in all cases, have the option of
> publishing their information as any other
> internet user. The option of hiding residential address is not
> unreasonable, however, at the least,
> city, state, and non-specific postal code should be preserved (5-
> digit ZIP (US), first 3 characters
This is not reasonable for those in low population dense areas.
> Realistically, more information than this is a matter of public
> record if the customer has registered to vote.
Realistically, a lot of people aren't registered to vote.
If the upstream ISP is willing to assume responsibility, the need to publish the
assignment address is not necessary.
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