[arin-ppml] FYI -- RIPE-605 Services to Legacy InternetResource Holders

Lee Dilkie lee at dilkie.com
Wed Feb 12 18:47:42 EST 2014


:)

I also omitted to mention that the DMV considers the car as having two
parts... the ownership, which they won't interfere with and want
accurate registration... and the license portion, which they will ensure
doesn't get passed to someone who doesn't quality...

of course that breaks down as ARIN isn't in the routing business, the
DMV is.


;)

-lee

On 2/12/2014 18:32, Bill Woodcock wrote:
> That's because your car isn't a scarce public resource. I think you'd
> find a different situation altogether if you tried to sell a radio
> station license to someone who wasn't prepared to accept the
> responsibilities of the license. 
>
>     
>                 -Bill
>
>
> On Feb 12, 2014, at 15:00, "Lee Dilkie" <lee at dilkie.com
> <mailto:lee at dilkie.com>> wrote:
>
>>
>> On 2/12/2014 14:44, John Curran wrote:
>>> On Feb 12, 2014, at 11:32 AM, Lee Dilkie <Lee at Dilkie.com> wrote:
>>>> The authorities very much DO want to know where to look and would like to have accurate registration records... "Accurate" in this case can be construed as "reflecting reality".
>>> Lee - 
>>>
>>> That is very much the case (the desire for accurate records), but it actually proves the 
>>> point in that the authorities still don't transfer your registration to the thief in possession 
>>> simply to better "reflect reality".
>>>
>>> /John
>>>
>>> John Curran
>>> President and CEO
>>> ARIN
>>
>> Not really sure you got my point... There is no "needs" test for me
>> to transfer ownership of my car to you and the province cannot step
>> in and stop it, they are only interested in keeping their records
>> straight.... so they know who to send the bill to every year (and so
>> the police have accurate records for those speed cameras).
>>
>> As, I think is being suggested, ARIN should be doing as it's primary
>> mission.
>>
>> -lee
>>
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