owen at delong.com
Thu Jan 19 15:32:34 EST 2006
If you want to do that, then, "Non specific Postal Code country
is a more desirable wording. The term ZIP code applies to exactly
On Jan 19, 2006, at 10:01 AM, Azinger, Marla wrote:
> If you mean what happens "if the zip code structure changes", good
> point. This is why the rewording I suggested did not get specific
> down to the digits. The term "non specific zip code country
> dependent" leaves it open for restructuring of zip codes and simply
> states that that the most non specific form of a zip code is what
> must be registered.
> Marla Azinger
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marshall Eubanks [mailto:tme at multicasttech.com]
> Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2006 9:07 AM
> To: Azinger, Marla
> Cc: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Re: [ppml] 2003-3
> So, what happens when the ZIP code changes ?
> On Jan 19, 2006, at 11:56 AM, Azinger, Marla wrote:
>> Below is a short discussion on 2003-3 that was not posted to ppml
>> by accident on my part. I now post this for involvment by anyone
>> else interested:
>> Marla Azinger
>> No. Now you've allowed them to eliminate everything except the ZIP
>> First, let me say that I do not think that there is any flaw in the
>> policy or ARIN's interpretation thereof, except that I would rather
>> the Name as a visible object.
>> However, if we are going to further reduce the usefulness of whois, I
>> rather constrain that reduction to the smallest amount possible.
>> An acceptable rewording might be:
>> Section <insert number here> of the NRPM is modified to allow
>> customer postal codes in Canada to be abbreviated to the first three
>> characters of the Postal Code. Further, it is clarified that in the
>> US, the 5 digit ZIP code is acceptable for all entries.
>> That is a policy I would not oppose.
>> On Jan 18, 2006, at 2:28 PM, Azinger, Marla wrote:
>>> So would a reasonable rewording of this proposal be the following:
>>> An organization with downstream residential customers may
>>> substitute that organization's name for the customer's name,
>>> e.g. 'Private customer - XYZ Network', and the customer's
>>> address may be replaced with 'Private Residence', excluding
>>> the zip code.
>>> Non specific Zip codes must be included and specific building/
>>> structure location zip codes are not to be sumbitted.
>>> Specification of specific versus non specific zip code is country
>>> dependant. Each private downstream residential reassignment must
>>> have accurate upstream Abuse and Technical POCs visible on the
>>> WHOIS record for that
>>> Marla Azinger
>>> ELI and Frontier
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:ppml-bounces at arin.net]On
>>> Behalf Of
>>> Owen DeLong
>>> Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2006 12:45 PM
>>> To: Member Services
>>> Subject: Re: [ppml] Proposed Policy: Residential Customer Privacy
>>> I absolutely oppose this policy as written. Excluding the entire
>>> removes the possibility of using the small claims court process as a
>>> means of remedy for network abuse, at least in several states within
>>> the united States. I think that would be an undesirable policy
>>> Removing the City, State, and Postal code information would also
>>> the availability of useful data for geographic address distribution
>>> research which has been identified as valuable by several
>>> on the list and at previous policy meetings.
>>> I would be more willing to accept a policy which allowed limitation
>>> of ZIP codes to 5 digit ZIP codes or limitation of Canadian Postal
>>> Codes to the first 3 characters. These modifications should be
>>> sufficient to address the privacy concerns raised in recent
>>> on the list.
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