[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal 95: Customer Confidentiality
owen at delong.com
Fri Jan 29 02:29:31 EST 2010
Because it is not "your" IP space, it is the public IP space which you have
been delegated stewardship over a portion of for so long as the you remain
in compliance with the policies set by the community for your stewardship
of that space.
Being a public resource, those using anything more than a very small fraction
of it should be publicly known and publicly accountable for their utilization
of that public resource.
On Jan 28, 2010, at 3:04 PM, Joe Morgan wrote:
> That is really not the point of this proposal. The point is that I
> should not have to give up my entire customer list to my competitors.
> If somebody is having problems with a company doing business under my
> IP space then there is no reason why they cant contact my arin abuse
> poc. I would rather those go to me than to the customer that can just
> ignore it. I already have problems with people sending complaints to
> the wrong places and I never even get contacted with the abuse
> complaint. I don't understand as arin can request the information why
> does it need to be open to the public?
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 4:42 PM, Scott Leibrand <scottleibrand at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1/28/2010 2:35 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
>>> Kevin Kargel wrote:
>>>> I agree with and support the AC's decision to abandon Policy proposal 95.
>>> So do I, but I would suggest that anyone opposed DO NOT respond to
>>> this. All your doing is re-opening the discussion again which is,
>>> of course, exactly what the submitter wants.
>> I voted to abandon this proposal, but IMO it's still perfectly valid to
>> discuss the issue here on PPML. Specifically, the question at hand is
>> whether to make this proposal a draft policy and discuss it at the
>> face-to-face public policy meeting in Toronto. The AC gave our opinion, and
>> now it's up to the community to petition to advance the proposal if enough
>> of you disagree with the AC on the matter.
>> This is also the first use of the petition process under the new PDP, so I'm
>> hoping to see the process run smoothly, whatever the outcome.
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> Thank You,
> Joe Morgan
> Joe's Datacenter, LLC
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