[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 95: Customer Confidentiality
joe at joesdatacenter.com
Fri Jan 29 18:07:42 EST 2010
I don't think policy in any way helps hide spammers or make customer
base transparent. It only keeps customer contact information private
not the customer themselves. I urge people to actually read the policy
before making assumptions and claiming that it will do things it will
not. The fact that the argument keeps coming back to this only shows
that you are not educating yourself enough on the topic at hand.
Please explain how this would help hide a spammer?
If I was going to hide a spammer would I provide the actual swip
information in the first place? Maybe you should start a policy to
have each swip verified for accuracy before being placed on the public
list. This would be more in line with what you seem to be wanting. I
still do not see how this policy has anything to do with what your
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 4:45 PM, Christopher Rogers <crogers at real.com> wrote:
> I OPPOSE this policy proposal as well, for exactly the same reason Bill
>> That having been said, I oppose the policy proposal itself. Disclosure
>> is critical to transparency in ARIN's process. Transparency is far
>> more important than any corporate desire to avoid competition. Should
>> the AC ultimately decide not to recommend it to the board on the
>> grounds that it makes for bad policy, I will support that choice.
>> Bill Herrin
> If your business model relies upon hiding spammers and other
> malcontents- then come up with a new model.
> Christopher Rogers
> AS11922 - Real Networks
> 2601 Elliott Ave
> Seattle, WA 98121
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