[arin-ppml] Hijackings

John Curran jcurran at arin.net
Mon Apr 25 19:23:40 EDT 2011

On Apr 25, 2011, at 7:04 PM, Ronald F. Guilmette wrote:

> P.P.S.  For the benefit of everyone who will carp if I do not propose
> some new policy in each and every posting I make to this list, here is
> a proposed new policy:
>     If any legal entity (person, LLC, corporation, or whatever) is caught
>     red-handed on two or more different occasions hijacking either ASNs
>     or IP space which has not been assigned to the entity in question, then
>     ARIN shall immediately revoke any and all number assignments it has
>     made to said entity, and said entity will henceforth be forever and
>     permanently banned from obtaining, from ARIN, any new number resources
>     whatsoever.
> That's my proposal and I'm sticking to it.

Ron - If you want to propose this, please include one more paragraph 
that better defines "caught hijacking"...  That will significantly 
aid in implementation.

> Note that the above proposal, if adopted, would still not result in ARIN
> becoming in any sense the "router police".

See above.


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