[ppml] Understanding the ARIN lawsuit

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Mon Mar 19 16:33:00 EDT 2007


Go to: http://www.arin.net/meetings/minutes/ARIN_XVIII/ppm.html and then
click on Transcript under Meeting Called to Order.

Steve Ryan's remarks follow the opening announcements so you need to
scroll down a bit:


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Edward Lewis wrote:
> I was going to point to the recording of what was said ARIN's legal 
> council at the meeting last October, but I don't see a link to any 
> recording of it on this page:
> http://www.arin.net/meetings/minutes/ARIN_XVIII/ppm.html
> I drink my share of beer, but I could have sworn that there was a 
> pretty informative and entertaining discussion of all this during the 
> Public Policy meeting in St. Louis.  I don't see anything under the 
> Member Meeting minutes.
> Maybe I am looking in the wrong place.
> At 11:18 -0400 3/19/07, Daniel Corbe wrote:
>>What exactly brought the lawsuit on to begin with?  What did ARIN 
>>deny Kreman from doing that Kreman thought it appropriate to take 
>>legal action?
>>On Mar 19, 2007, at 8:28 AM, John Curran wrote:
>>> At 12:42 PM +0100 3/19/07, Edward Lewis wrote:
>>>> I too am curious about the lack of a public statement coming from
>>>> ARIN (staff), but thinking this over, perhaps the lack is due to the
>>>> fairness principle.
>>> The press release is likely the closest your going to see
>>> a formal statement, since (as one list member implied),
>>> no case is final until the last judge has ruled.
>>> /John
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