[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Whois Authentication Alternatives
cliffb at cjbsys.bdb.com
Tue Aug 26 17:33:32 EDT 2008
Stephen Sprunk wrote
> What the folks on this list, or the folks who built the Internet, think
> and what their employers' or ex-employers' managements and/or legal
> counsel are willing to do may be (and often are) wildly divergent.
> Discussion here of the LRSA is interesting but not productive; ARIN's
> counsel is the one that drafted it and is getting feedback from
> potential signers about possible problems. PPML is not, and IMHO should
> not be, involved in that cycle.
For some of us legacy address holders who are the entire company (i.e. no
corporate or any other lawyer) and given that people keep proposing policies
that require us to sign the LRSA, I think it is most appropriate to discuss
what we see as problems with the LRSA and even propose alternatives. (Although
I haven't seen much in the way of comments on my Alternative LRSA)
And by the way, I don't lay any claim to being one of the people who built the
Internet, I just had some good advice about getting addresses early.
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