[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2013-6: Allocation of IPv4 and IPv6 Address Space to Out-of-region Requestors

Eric Brunner-Williams ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net
Tue Jun 25 17:49:51 EDT 2013

On 6/25/13 1:50 PM, Milton L Mueller wrote:
> Of course it is. But, as John Curran says, that fact is not dispositive of anything, as any organization can make policy proposals. The debate should take place on substantive grounds. 

You're in the right ball park, that LEO jurisdictions are
territorially limited, which leads to outcomes which replicate their
jurisdictional scope.

The point I was offering, which you're free to continue to regard as
non-substantive, is that the interests of the Department of Defense,
articulated through its ARPA/DARPA/ARPA/DARPA agency, as well as the
interests of the National Science Foundation, and delegated as rule
making capacity to ARIN, are unconstrained by the jurisdictional
limitations on law enforcement agencies, federal or inferior. The
domestic law enforcement claims of Agency X do not, of necessity,
encompass the interests entrusted to ARIN.

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A request for assistance by the FBI to a DARPA contractor operating,
inter alia, a SCIF and sundry other HTRD/SPAWARS/SAC junk was just
that, a request, and until confirmed by an ASD or his designate, not


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