[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Sunset Clause for Liberalized Transfer Policy
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Thu Jun 4 11:21:46 EDT 2009
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Policy Proposal Name: Sunset Clause for Liberalized Transfer Policy
Proposal Originator: Owen DeLong
Proposal Version: 1.0
Date: 4 June 2009
Proposal type: delete
Policy term: permanent
Section 8.3, "Transfers to Specified Recipients", of the NRPM is
deleted upon the effective date of this policy.
When the community reached consensus in support of 2008-6, it
contained a sunset clause. In the process of developing 2009-1,
the sunset clause was removed. The effect of this policy proposal is
to restore the sunset clause while adopting a more rational date at
which to sunset the policy.
Timetable for implementation:
31 December, 2013
3 years after IANA issues the last /8s to the RIRs,
whichever is later.
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