[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2019-2: Waiting List Block Size Restriction
tom at iptrading.com
Wed Feb 27 11:31:41 EST 2019
I agree that statistical data should be used in this case to validate
that the problem exists. Not only do non-disclosures prevent ARIN
from presenting most evidence of specific cases, but ARIN
acknowledges that there may be specific instances where transferring
out a block received from the waiting list is not fraudulent at all,
but due to unusual but legitimate business circumstances. It would
not be fair to publicly point out all actors in potential fraud when
a few of them might not be culpable. But the statistical evidence is
strong enough to indicate that fraud exists.
In that regard, in addition to the data John Curran provided showing
the high percentage of larger blocks that have been re-transferred,
it's worth reviewing the presentation by John Sweeting at the ARIN 42
meeting last October where he discussed the evidence and solicited
possible solutions from the community.
Specifically, John discusses the re-transfer statistics, the fact
that several waiting list orgs already have at least a /16 of space,
and the cases of 8.2 mergers performed by orgs on the waiting list to
consolidate their holdings, avoid the one year wait, and then perform
an 8.3 transfer.
At 03:06 AM 2/27/2019, Kevin Blumberg wrote:
>To be clear. For the purposes of the Policy Proposal I'm perfectly
>content with the aggregate data that has been provided.
>The problem statement from the author, in my view, matches up with
>the data provided by John Curran.
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