[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal

Scott Leibrand sleibrand at internap.com
Tue Aug 19 14:48:03 EDT 2008


How does APNIC deal with this whole issue of historical addresses?  What 
do you think of their policy?  (I've been following sig-policy, but I'm 
still not quite sure I understand what the current policy is.)


Randy Bush wrote:
>> I wasn't involved in this proposal's drafting, but I believe it is in
>> the best interests of all concerned (*even* for those who elect not to
>> sign a legacy RSA) to require an action that is prima facie evidence
>> of fraud if it is undertaken by people who are not truly authorized to
>> do so before updating number resources data.  This is not an attempt
>> at a shake-down for $100/year legacy RSA fee, it is an attempt to
>> better protect the assignment records for number resources that are
>> currently assigned to you or your organization.
> as i read it, legacy holders are required to sign the egregious rsa to
> get the benefit (the $100 does not bother me).  can you say, "no way?"
> randy
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