[arin-ppml] Thoughts on 2015-7
matthew at matthew.at
Thu Aug 20 19:35:43 EDT 2015
On 8/20/2015 4:09 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> This is one of those areas where people of good conscience can disagree.
> I absolutely feel it is ARINs job as a steward of resources held in
> trust for the community
> to exercise due diligence in the issuance of those resources and to
> revoke them when
> fraud is detected.
That'd be a whole lot more than ARIN has ever done. You want them
spending their time trying to revoke and reclaim IPv4 space from
spammers (for instance) instead of working on getting IPv6 everywhere?
And of course the part they have been great at - diligence in the
issuance of IPv4 resources - is within a hair's breadth of done forever.
> It may not be ARIN’s job to catch 100% of the liars out there, but it
> is certainly important
> that we do not hamstring ARIN in their ability to protect the
> community from the liars
> and the fraudsters to the extent possible.
> I am opposed to the proposal.
Can you explain exactly how ARIN can keep "liars and fraudsters" from
paying someone money, using their address block anywhere in the world
for any purpose whatsoever, etc.?
All they can do is update, or not update, the registration database per
policy. This policy proposal makes their job easier and makes the
database more likely to reflect the ongoing state of the IPv4 transfer
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