[arin-ppml] Regarding unauthorized changes (Re: Policy question)
snoble at sonn.com
Thu Sep 20 23:27:10 EDT 2012
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On Sep 20, 2012, at 7:39 PM, Jimmy Hess <mysidia at gmail.com> wrote:
> For example, if an organization fires their employee who is also their
> Administrative POC, but ARIN is not informed. The former
> administrative POC is no longer authorized within the organization to
> make changes.
> If that person, still listed as a POC for the resource, comes to
> ARIN, and requests unauthorized changes, such as a change of
> address, or deletion of other contacts, and they are executed,
> because ARIN was never informed that the contact is no longer
> Will ARIN revert those changes, and replace the Admin POC with the new
> one, when provided a suitable attestation by the officers of the
If said employee was to do that they would probably be in violation of quite a few laws. I suspect it would not be an issue to get enough proof to show ARIN that it happened.
> If not, perhaps the policy in place is not really adequate....
There are two (or more) ways to do things. The easy way: ask said fired person to revert it for you, and the hard way: involve the law, which is probably happening anyway.
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