[arin-ppml] Deceased Companies?
fhfrediani at gmail.com
Fri Aug 5 12:41:09 EDT 2022
On Fri, 5 Aug 2022, 13:20 John Curran, <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:
> Alas, there’s very little evidence that legacy resource holders (being
> parties that lack any
> written agreement with ARIN) have any magical ability or right that would
> preclude ARIN
> operating its registry exactly as directed by community policy (including
> entries held by
> legacy resource holders), but I recognize there are some who may feel
> ARIN actually have zero reluctance when it comes to defending the
> community’s right to
> establish apply policies applicable to the entire registry, and we do
> quite vigorously defend
> the same in court without hesitation.
> (Any reticence you see regarding the establishment of new policy
> requirements applicable to
> legacy resource holders is simply driven out of the desire to be
> respectful to all parties with
> resources in the registry and desire that any such policy changes be based
> out of a clearly
> articulated policy need of this community. We have done many such changes
> in the past that
> are applicable to the entire registry including legacy resource holders –
> this includes addition
> of the abuse contact, number resource resource review section, POC
> validation, etc.)
Well done for putting this loud and clear John.
I appreciate to read these type of statements and hope that all people in
charge of all other RIRs think and do in the exact same way with strengh
and always recognize the importance and protagonism of the comunity in the
role of developing policies, reaching consensus on them and having that
applied in practice.
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