[ppml] Counsel statement on Legacy assignments?
G. Waleed Kavalec
Kavalec at BSWA.com
Fri Oct 5 02:41:37 EDT 2007
> if arin does not want to carry out its commitment to
> the community and to the USG when it was chartered ,
I see no contractual obligation to legacy non-members in .
From: ppml-bounces at arin.net [mailto:ppml-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 6:01 PM
To: Stephen Sprunk
Cc: ppml at arin.net
Subject: Re: [ppml] Counsel statement on Legacy assignments?
> "MR. RYAN: I've thought a little bit about what a stick might look
> here. So for example, it's very clear to me that denial of service by
> is legally permitted. In other words, I don't believe we, as the
> trying to carry out the community's wishes, have a duty to provide
> services for legacy address holders. And the denial of those free
> to legacy address holders pursuant to their lack of agreement is
> permitted, in my judgment, as a matter of law."
if arin does not want to carry out its commitment to the community and
to the USG when it was chartered , i am sure the community can find
an organization more interested in public service. probably such a
change would be good for the community; at least this puff and bluff
 http://rip.psg.com/~randy/970414.fncac.pdf foil 9
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