[arin-ppml] WhoWas Service Now in ARIN Online Announcement
cja at daydream.com
Wed Mar 28 01:59:54 EDT 2012
WHOWAS has been discussed at length at many ARIN meetings and on the
mailing list. There is a large demand for this service and thanks to
ARIN for bringing it to reality.
On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 2:59 AM,
<nicky.smith at guilfordcommunications.com> wrote:
>> As send from arin-announce at arin.net on Mon, 26 Mar 2012 10:18:02 -0400
>> Subject: WhoWas Service Now in ARIN Online (ARIN)
>> From: Mark Kosters, Chief Technical Officer (ARIN)
>> ARIN is pleased to announce the integration of its WhoWas service in
>> ARIN Online. ARIN?s WhoWas service provides historical registration
>> reports for a given IP address or ASN. WhoWas functionality is
>> available to ARIN Online users through the DOWNLOADS option in the
>> left navigation. To access this service, users must first submit a
>> one-time request to become authorized to access the WhoWas service.
>> before requesting a report.
>> Please view https://www.arin.net/resources/whowas/index.html for
>> complete details on ARIN?s WhoWas service.
> -- snip --
> It appears that after years of being harangued by 'anti-spam' cultists for access to historic WHOIS data in order to burnish their credentials as Official Spam Detectives and support their efforts to criminalize marketing and drag email back to the DARPA era, ARIN has finally thrown in the towel. I am frankly disappointed.
> Has this topic every been discussed? This needs not to be part of the Disciples of ARIN. I am optimistic this can be reversed pending discussion.
> Nicky Smith
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