[ppml] FW: 2006-7 IPV6 Initial Allocation suggested changes-InputRequested
Howard, W. Lee
Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates.com
Tue Jan 30 15:14:25 EST 2007
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> From: ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:ppml-bounces at arin.net] On
> Behalf Of JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
> Sent: Monday, January 29, 2007 3:11 PM
> To: ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Re: [ppml] FW: 2006-7 IPV6 Initial Allocation
> suggested changes-InputRequested
> I'm not a lawyer, but yesterday talking to one, told me that
> an arbitrary restriction (not based in any technical reasons,
> or something similar) to access a resource, such as the 200
> /48 will be against Spanish laws to protect discrimination
> among different company size, anti-trust, etc.
This would be the forum for the technical experts to determine
whether such restrictions are necessary. If there is consensus
among the technical community, then it would be surprising for
a court to find a policy to be lacking in technical merit.
> In general, membership organizations can setup their own
> rules (our policies), but those can't go beyond law or restrict it.
> Of course, law in US may be different. My view is that this
> should be double-checked in each region.
Yes, that's part of the process. ARIN's superlative General
Counsel will advise, and a summary is presented at the public
policy meeting. The Advisory Council also has counsel available,
as does the Board.
> > De: "Howard, W. Lee" <Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates.com>
> > Responder a: <Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates.com>
> > Fecha: Mon, 29 Jan 2007 14:11:57 -0500
> > Para: <jordi.palet at consulintel.es>, <ppml at arin.net>
> > Conversación: [ppml] FW: 2006-7 IPV6 Initial Allocation suggested
> > changes-InputRequested
> > Asunto: RE: [ppml] FW: 2006-7 IPV6 Initial Allocation suggested
> > changes-InputRequested
> >> Jordi
> >>> De: Stephen Sprunk <stephen at sprunk.org> Responder a:
> >>> might argue about the placement of the bar (i.e. the number of
> >>> assignments), but it's hard to argue with the need for _some_ bar.
> >>> We're talking about consuming global routing table slots
> >> here (even if
> >>> ARIN doesn't explicitly acknowledge that). We can't just
> give them
> >>> out to anyone who asks without _some_ justification showing
> >> they have
> >>> a bona fide need for such.
> >> Agree, routing table slots are important, but we can't go beyond
> >> "ultra-conservation" artificially and against freedom of business
> >> establishment. Can it be a case for a court ? I don't
> think we should
> >> even risk for that possibility.
> > What does "freedom of business establishment" mean?
> > Just so I can properly prepare, in what way do you imagine
> this going
> > to court? What would be the case made against ARIN?
> > Thanks,
> > Lee
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