[arin-ppml] Portability of demand
tedm at ipinc.net
Fri Apr 15 13:24:29 EDT 2011
ARIN isn't allowed to process requests from other regions from my
understanding of it's charter.
That does not mean that there won't be an orgy of falsification
of applications, now.
Let me ask you this, if an Asian company moved it's headquarters to
the Cayman Islands or the Bahamas, like US Companies do to dodge
taxes, do you think it should be allowed to request IP from
ARIN? It's an interesting question, I wonder what John would say.
On 4/15/2011 3:28 AM, Jeffrey Lyon wrote:
> ARIN should handle requests from other regions by sending them directly
> to /dev/null .
> My two cents,
> On Apr 15, 2011 4:59 AM, "John Curran" <jcurran at arin.net
> <mailto:jcurran at arin.net>> wrote:
> > On Apr 14, 2011, at 10:33 PM, Matthew Kaufman wrote:
> >> Could we get a comment from ARIN staff about what ARIN plans to do
> about applicants from the APNIC area who will now shift their requests
> to other RIRs?
> > ARIN will do whatever the community directs (to our best
> determination) based
> > on adopted policy and our mission. To be specific in this case, the
> > operational practice for implementing our regional nature is to
> ensure that
> > an organization has a legal presence in the ARIN region (they must
> show some
> > type of legal documentation that shows they are authorized to do
> business in
> > the US such as state incorporation documents, etc.). Additionally,
> they must
> > plan on using the address space within the ARIN region.
> > At the ARIN Public Policy Meeting this week, Leslie Nobile (ARIN's
> Director of
> > Registration Services) raised this same matter in the Policy
> Experience Report
> > an area for the community to consider for possible possible
> development work
> > (slides are available online; pages 7 & 8 discuss this particular issue -
> > To the extent that the community has a better idea on how ARIN staff
> > handle potential requests from other regions, policy proposals are
> > I hope this helps in considering the matter!
> > /John
> > John Curran
> > President and CEO
> > ARIN
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