[arin-ppml] ARIN on NPR - Public Confusion, Perception & Reputation ?
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Mon Aug 2 16:49:34 EDT 2010
Here is the actual transcript of John Curran's interview on NPR
On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 11:22 AM, Jim Fleming <ipv6nog at gmail.com> wrote:
> ARIN on NPR - Public Confusion, Perception & Reputation ?
> 1. "ARIN" was on NPR...
> 2. ARIN is 4-letters
> 3. ARIN.NET is widely known
> 4. The ICANN CEO has declared .NET to be a "worthless TLD".
> 5. Someone secretly purchased ARIN.COM for an un-disclosed sum prior to a
> major lawsuit.
> 6. ARIN claims to be non-profit and the public assumes that would be
> 7. DNS Reputation Systems are starting to be disclosed by ARIN
> 8. IN-ADDR.ARPA Zones are part of the DNS and will allow "Reputations" for
> sections of IP Address Space
> [Will companies have a choice to not be with the .XXX zones?]
> 9. IANA Scheme Names are now on investor's radar screens...they are FREE as
> in $$$ ?
> and all 4-Letter Strings ?
> 10. Twitter appears to be willing to give 4-Letter .COM owners their names,
> without a battle
> 11. The 4-Letter .COM owners have FREE IPv6 Address Space (ARIN.COM also)
> Where is ARIN headed ? to the .NET only core ? to .ORG ? to .COM ? to just
> the Brand "ARIN" ?
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