[arin-ppml] Whois Integrity Policy Proposal -- What is proof and how big is the problem?

Keith W. Hare Keith at jcc.com
Thu Aug 21 09:17:36 EDT 2008


Heather,
 
Thanks for the data.
 
However, you left out 1997. Since ARIN didn't officially come into
existence until December 22, 1997, most of 1997 is still legacy.
 
Keith

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From: heather skanks [mailto:heather.skanks at gmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 1:31 AM
To: Keith W. Hare
Cc: arin-ppml at arin.net
Subject: Re: [arin-ppml] Whois Integrity Policy Proposal -- What is
proof and how big is the problem?



On Mon, Aug 18, 2008 at 10:50 AM, Keith W. Hare <Keith at jcc.com> wrote:


	The Whois Integrity Policy Proposal says:
	
	 ARIN will not update historical information in
	 the ARIN Whois Database until the resource holder
	 can prove the organization's right to the resource.
	
	What documentation will be required for an organization to prove
their
	right to a resource?
	


Section 3 of the LRSA provides a process for evaluating a request:

3. EVALUATION AND ACCEPTANCE
Following Legacy Applicant's completion of the online application
process, ARIN will promptly evaluate Legacy Applicant's request for the
Services. Evaluation may require Legacy Applicant's submission of
additional documentation to support its application such as, but not
limited to, state registration, Dun & Bradstreet and/or taxpayer
information, and/or registration under the province or country in which
the entity is registered for verification purposes. If ARIN, in its sole
and exclusive discretion, applying its published Policies and internal
verification process, determines that it can provide the Services to
Legacy Applicant, ARIN shall provide written notice to Legacy Applicant
of its willingness to do so, and ARIN will promptly commence providing
the Services to Legacy Applicant in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this Legacy Agreement. If ARIN, in its sole and exclusive
discretion, applying
its published Policies and internal verification process, determines
that it cannot provide the Services, it will provide written notice to
Legacy Applicant of its decision.

 


	The APNIC proposal provided some statistics about how many
organizations
	might be affected by their proposal. Are there any counts
available for
	ARIN?
	



Roughly..


1213 netblock records with "last modified" year of 1991
2654  netblock records with "last modified" year of 1992
6030  netblock records with "last modified" year of 1993
4641  netblock records with "last modified" year of 1994
7407  netblock records with "last modified" year of 1995
6038 netblock records with "last modified" year of 1996
 

162 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1991
72 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1992
122 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1993
321 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1994
411 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1995
624 ASN records with "last modified" year of 1996
 

 912 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1991
1514 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1992
4452 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1993
3500 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1994
4917 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1995
3746 ORG records with "last modified" year of 1996




 


	Keith
	
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