[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal
Robert E. Seastrom
ppml at rs.seastrom.com
Tue Aug 19 15:03:46 EDT 2008
Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> writes:
>> If you drive a car which has a reputation for being difficult to
>> steal, you benefit from the lower theft rate on that vehicle both in
>> your auto insurance rates and the likelihood that anyone will try to
>> hork it, even if you persist in leaving an ignition key under the
>> floor mat.
>> I believe there is a deterrent value in making a prospective
>> space-thief create more of a paper trail as part of his criminal
>> enterprise. The benefit of that deterrent accrues to everyone
>> regardless of whether he has executed the legacy RSA or not, because
>> it raises the bar across the board.
> i agree. then remove the requirement to sign the egregious rsa. to
> drive a car, i do not assign title to the dmv
Or fix the RSA... you didn't say anything about having a problem with
the apnic's AU$172/year membership fee, and said in so many words that
the $100 wasn't the problem... how about we just fix what you (and
presumably other people as well) find odious about the RSA so that it
can be an effective tool with more uptake?
Policy proposals, ACSPs, and on-the-side concrete suggestions welcome.
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