[arin-ppml] private whois record

Aaron Dudek adudek16 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 19:13:33 EDT 2012

On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 5:51 PM, <patrick at klos.com> wrote:

> >> > I doubt you can find the street address of BoA's or CIA network
> >> > security department in public.  Their customer facing department
> >> > info is public, but their network org may be considered sensitive.
> >>
> >> Please provide an example of how a legitimate business's WHOIS data may
> >> be considered "sensitive"?
> >
> >[kjk] Even in the case of the womens abuse shelter who's contact
> information
> >*may* need to be protected, I don't believe the entity that manages their
> >network need necessarily be afforded the same protection.  Those shelters
> >also typically maintain P.O. boxes and/or off premises offices to protect
> >their physical address.
> >{gross snippage}
> Why would the physical address of the administrators of a women's shelter
> possibly need to be protected?  Where would the women go that need help?
> Similarly, you can't hide the phone number of a women's shelter or the
> women would have no place to call.  You cannot provide public services
> without providing public information.

[adk] - I can't believe you can't figure this out. Because they all do not
have multi office buildings. It is very possible for them to be located in
the same office. We are talking about two different things.

> Regardless, the entity that manages their network needs to be able to be
> contacted.
> Patrick Klos
> Klos Technologies, Inc.
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