[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2020-1: Clarify Holding Period for Resources Received via 4.1.8 Waitlist

Fernando Frediani fhfrediani at gmail.com
Tue May 19 11:32:33 EDT 2020

I oppose this proposal as it doesn't seem will resolve the problem, but 
just change it.

Seems nothing can will avoid that someone to register a new company, get 
into the waiting list, receive an allocation and right after that be 
"purchased" by another company which is not entitled to be in the 
waiting list anymore bypassing the restriction.

Although it may not be the easiest thing to do deal with all paperwork, 
bureaucracy and register company, depending on the rising price of IPv4 
in the market someone may find that became worth the effort and this 
could (not right now, but at some point in the future) turn into a way 
to bypass the waiting list restriction as the mathematics will cover all 
the costs involved in the whole transaction.

I believe this proposal may bring an issue in such scenario and perhaps 
there should still be some minimal time restriction that makes it more 
difficult for fraudsters to act with such intention.


On 19/05/2020 12:07, Christian Tacit (Tacit Law) wrote:
> Draft Policy ARIN-2020-1 can be found at 
> https://www.arin.net/participate/policy/drafts/2020_1/
> Since this Draft Policy was placed on the AC docket very few comments 
> have been posted on PPML.
> As we prepare for the virtual ARIN meeting in June, it would be 
> helpful for the shepherds to know if the community generally views the 
> problem statement worthy of being addressed (bearing in mind that it 
> was generated as a result of a concern expressed in an ARIN staff 
> Policy Experience Report) and if so, whether the proposed policy 
> change is sufficiently responsive to the problem statement.
> I would therefore encourage community members to add any comments that 
> they may have before the meeting.
> Thank you.
> Chris Tacit
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