[arin-ppml] Of interest?

Matthew Kaufman matthew at matthew.at
Sat May 18 14:49:09 EDT 2019


There’s a much simpler way around this, that I brought up before runout and
will bring up again:

ARIN should take any IPv4 address space it has post-runout and sell it on
the open market at auction.

The only reason there is a potential for fraud is that there is a disparity
between the market price and the price of playing ARIN with fraudulent
documents significant enough to draw criminal players in.

The revenue could be used for scholarships or IPv6 advocacy or whatever
else makes sense.

But what doesn’t make sense is giving away resources that the market has
clearly valued at a higher price.

Matthew Kaufman

On Sat, May 18, 2019 at 7:19 AM John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:

> On 17 May 2019, at 2:57 PM, Ronald F. Guilmette <rfg at tristatelogic.com>
> wrote:
> > ...This whole epic $10 million dollar Micfo goof up could
> > have been stopped in its tracks, at the outset, 4+ years ago, when it
> > was just getting off the ground, if ARIN has just done these ridiculously
> > simple and cost-free online 30 second checks on each of the bogus shell
> > companies involved.
>
> The above assertion is likely false, since we know that perpetrators of
> false requests are proven adaptable, and can reasonably expect that any
> party willing to engage in false notarizations would promptly conduct the
> necessary registrations; i.e. while such a check would have slowed down the
> first request which did not comply, the formality would inevitably been
> addressed in subsequent requests.
>
> ...
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