[arin-ppml] /32 assignment identification requirement

Jack Bates jbates at brightok.net
Fri Apr 27 14:00:21 EDT 2012

On 4/27/2012 12:09 PM, Chris Grundemann wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 10:32, Lee Dilkie<lee at dilkie.com>  wrote:
>> It seems to me, and I am not a lawyer, that even requesting third party
>> customer information, much less storing it is just a ticking time bomb...
>> waiting for the day ARIN gets either hacked or a disgruntled/wikileaks
>> employee posts the information either publically or sells it.
> Of course, that could happen at the ISP as well...
Of course. Like any secret, the more copies of the secret there are, the 
more likely it will spread or become public knowledge. It also becomes 
more problematic when you have a single location that contains a lot of 
secrets. It makes it more of a target for abuse.


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