hannigan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 16 11:23:24 EDT 2017
I could suggest the inverse, why isn't it good? Overall, covering the
spectrum including non profits can't be bad. Considering we have comments
frequently small vs. big. It's a nice rounding of all interests -- which is
good for ARIN. ARIN has huge legal risks and demonstrating inclusiveness is
never bad from that perspective.
I'm tyring to think about the scenario where this could be abused and where
the risk of this is greater than the current baseline. I suppose miscreants
could set up an all volunteer org and ask for resources. That seems equally
On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 11:18 Andrew Sullivan <ajs at anvilwalrusden.com>
> I have no opinion about this proposal, but …
> On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 03:15:01PM +0000, Martin Hannigan wrote:
> > us and this is good for the Internet whether its being used or not.
> … I find this to be a pretty bizarre claim. If the policy is never
> used, nobody has any idea whether it's good for the Internet. On the
> whole, things that sit unused make me nervous, because I fear there
> are potential side-effects that are unknown or susceptible to abuse.
> Best regards,
> Andrew Sullivan
> ajs at anvilwalrusden.com
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