[arin-ppml] Thoughts on 2015-7
David.Huberman at microsoft.com
Thu Aug 20 17:05:19 EDT 2015
> Still against it because it still applies to out-region transfers where ARIN no
> longer has access to it and CAN NOT revoke it for fraud when the attestation
> turns out to be untrue.
So I get what you're saying. And you're right. You and I petition ARIN, attest
that we forecast to use a /X, we're lying, and we transfer it out of the region and
ARIN is done with it - ARIN has no control over the block transferred out.
The disagreement I have with this view is that I don't want us making policy that
punishes the 99.9% of people who are telling the truth and just want to run their
network, so that we can somehow "catch" the 0.01% of the scammers. I prefer
making policy which works well for bona fide network operators. People will always
lie, and I do not believe it's ARIN's job to catch that.
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