[arin-ppml] IPv4 Transfer Policy Change to Keep Whois Accurate
mike at nationwideinc.com
Fri May 13 13:54:23 EDT 2011
>> No, the registry or registries would also have to ensure uniqueness, not
>> just accurate records for fee collection.
>I'm clipping here because this is a critical point of clarification, and
>this exchange is already so long and convoluted (mea culpa) that I wouldn't
>want it to pass unnoticed by anyone who's still reading. When I have >more
>to say, I'll revert to the full version for the sake of continuity...
>So, I'll ask again using your suggested revision:
>Would your own criteria for whois "accuracy" and "purpose" be satisfied by
>a number resource registry that did the following and nothing more:
(1) Registry maintains 100% accurate contact records THAT ARE SUFFICIENT TO
UNIQUELY ASSOCIATE INDIVIDUAL NUMBER RECORDS with a set of contact
information that includes (1a) "a name," plus (1b) any current/working
method of payment sufficient to cover recurring registry service fees.
No. The numbers need to be unique in the universe of routable IPv4
addresses. Only one registrant may be assigned to an individual netblock.
(2) Registry maintains such information on file continuously, but shares it
ONLY with duly authorized LEAa and individuals who have been explicitly
granted access by individual registrants themselves?
No. I think it should be publicly accessible.
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