[arin-ppml] Interesting policy proposal in AFRINIC
bartlett.morgan at gmail.com
Sat Apr 15 08:12:11 EDT 2017
Doesn't seem like the most workable policy to my novice eyes.
Is it really a good idea to convert RIRs into the internet police?
if we think it is a good idea, who decides what's a proper case for
On Apr 14, 2017 8:48 AM, "Alfredo Calderon" <calderon.alfredo at gmail.com>
> The discussion is very interesting and, could have consequences in ARIN if
> reciprocity policies are adopted among RIR?
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> On Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 4:12 PM, Cj Aronson <cja at daydream.com> wrote:
>> Recently an article about the proposal (link below to policy text and
>> article) was posted to the RIPE policy list. This policy being discussed
>> in AFRINIC is very interesting and different than any proposal I have seen
>> so far. I thought you all might be interested in reading the text. It
>> basically restricts access to IP addresses to governments who shut down
>> Internet access.
>> The article about the proposal is here
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