[arin-ppml] prop266 - re-framing the discussion

Ricardo Patara ricpatara at gmail.com
Fri May 3 14:04:29 EDT 2019

>> those experts would not answer for any mistaken report.
>> according the policy is ARIN the one to publish the result of such
>> investigation and would be up to ARIN to act on it.
>> so, any legal responsibility would be on ARIN.
> To follow established rules.

no, to publish someting that acuses an organazation of doing "bad" things.

>> just to add.
>> those so called "experts" would be doing their investigation on data
>> collected for other objectives not the one proposed in the policy.
> However, that's "public available knowledge".

but not for the purposed claimed by the police
what are the guarantees of correctness of data? what are the guarantees
of availability? and so on...

>> there was never any guarantees on those views/archives of collected
>> routes.
>> more legal risks, I see...
> To those making the routing data public, or for ARIN?

to arin

> Regards,
> Carlos
>> -- 
>> Ricardo
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