[arin-ppml] [EXT] Re: Open Petition for ARIN-prop-266: BGP Hijacking is an ARIN Policy Violation

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Wed May 1 21:08:33 EDT 2019

On 01/05/2019 17:17, Joe Provo wrote:
> "Distribution function" is indeed merely agreeing that the data
> recorded in the registry is accurate. There's no dibursement of
> anything. When we bought our house and land, the registry of
> deeds was similar only involved in verifying that the transfer
> from the previous holders to us was a valid contract within the
> scope of its operations (the state in which we live). When a
> neighbor was doing a construction project and we had to go block
> their heavy equipment, the registrar of deeds sure didn't come
> and settle the dispute. We went down, got the county map and
> they agreed. if they hadn't, law enforcement and courts would
> have been the next step.
> This, like all Internet analogies, is poor; my thrust is that rfg's
> is worse. To parallel ARIN with a transportation agency's "line
> drawing" and officials embued with law enforcement is wildly off
> track.
That's not that same thing unfortunately. Your house and land belong to 
you until you sell it, the resources the RIR assign to people **never** 
belong to them, they are not a property. Instead they remain under their 
responsibility and they may unassigned if misused or for other reasons.

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