[arin-ppml] How bad is it really?

Ted Mittelstaedt tedm at ipinc.net
Mon Jul 19 17:27:56 EDT 2010

On 7/19/2010 1:55 PM, Jon Radel wrote:
> On 7/19/10 4:47 PM, Ted Mittelstaedt wrote:
>> After all if you purchase property you are required to fill out your
>> real contact name on the deed at the county and anybody can go look at
>> it. I don't see that usage of IP addressing is any different.
> So it's ok with you if the trusts that own "my" real property, and are
> the legal entities in the public records, were to be the contacts in
> ARIN records? I don't think that's a step forward; you might not want to
> depend on that analogy.

Why not?  The trusts that own "your"
real property are responsible for paying taxes on it, they are
entities separate from the government.

The government allocated them land, and put their names on it
via a deed, much the way an ISP allocates customers IP addresses,
and puts the customers name on those allocations via SWIP.

If your trust was allowed to substitute the county government's
name on your deed for "privacys" sake then I'd think there was
a problem.


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