[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal
kmedcalf at dessus.com
Tue Aug 19 12:04:11 EDT 2008
This is a really stupid idea and I, for one, am completely against it.
My Legacy /24 registration data is up-to-date. If the intention is that I not update it anymore then the proper course of action is to note that the resources are "delegated" outside of the ARIN system (by the US DoC or DDNNIC for example) and then REMOVE PUBLIC VISIBILITY of all my personal information.
I sure the Legacy resource holders can come up with a completely separate system to monitor those resources -- and without needing to use EXTORTION to get it going.
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> Policy Proposal Name: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal
> Author: Heather Schiller
> Proposal Version: 1
> Submission Date: August 15, 2008
> Policy statement:
> To ensure the integrity of information in the ARIN WHOIS Database a
> resource must be under an RSA (either legacy or traditional)
> in order to
> update the WHOIS record. ARIN will not update historical
> information in
> the ARIN Whois Database until the resource holder can prove the
> organization's right to the resource.
> ARIN currently maintains WHOIS and in-addr.arpa delegation
> records in a
> best-effort fashion. In many cases ARIN does not have a formal
> agreement with the legacy resource holders. Legacy records are
> frequently out of date and have become an increasingly popular target
> for hijackers. Having up to date contact information and a formal
> relationship with legacy record holders would assist ARIN and ISP's in
> ensuring these records are maintained accurately. A similar
> policy was
> successfully adopted in the APNIC region.
> Timetable for implementation:
> Within sixty (60) days of approval - with notification to current POC
> email addresses listed on historical assignments, or as soon as
> reasonable for ARIN staff.
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