[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Customer Confidentiality

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Tue Jun 9 18:22:42 EDT 2009

They are required to be publicly accessible although there
has definitely been some skirting of that requirement by some
organizations in the past.


On Jun 9, 2009, at 11:47 AM, Kevin Loch wrote:

> Milton L Mueller wrote:
>> I don't understand how this is a consideration if the ISP continues  
>> to be
> > accurately identified in the whois.
> Is it required that rwhois servers be accessible to the public or  
> just to ARIN for making/validating reassignments?  If so then that  
> is a
> way to limit the distribution of confidential customer info to just
> ARIN staff (which is covered by the RSA) that would not require this
> policy change.
> I am hesitant to support a policy that would reduce the quality and
> depth of reassignment data.  This is especially important as we
> get closer to IPv4 runout and the temptation to fudge reassignments
> increases.
> - Kevin
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