[arin-ppml] Deceased Companies
SRyerse at eclipse-networks.com
Mon Aug 8 23:28:12 EDT 2022
This thinking completely ignores that these gorilla sized organizations like Fortune 500 companies have legions of attorneys that would bottle up any attempt to enforce rescinding resources from legacy holders who have not signed an agreement with ARIN. It doesn’t matter whether it’s fair however you want to decide what fair is, it matters what would hold up in court.
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> On Aug 8, 2022, at 11:03 PM, Fernando Frediani <fhfrediani at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 08/08/2022 22:24, Jay Hennigan wrote:
>>> So no, you are NOT correct. It IS ARIN's business what you are doing
>>> with your large legacy block.
>> If you haven't signed an LRSA, how is it any of ARIN's business what
>> you do with your legacy block?
> It has been already explained here.
> If community chooses to have a policy in that sense to deal with these
> resources a signed contract or not is irrelevant.
> Bottom line is it doesn't matter the reason, these blocks should not be
> held idle just because someone decades ago received them. Addresses are
> to connect people to the Internet, not to be help idle another decade
> just because some organizations have some weird strategy to keep them
> that way damaging the capacity to have more people connected.
> By the way, it is common people don't like to have to any kind of
> questions or to have to give any explanations, but for standard blocks
> it is always of of ARIN or any RIR business how they blocks are used.
> Blocks were once assigned and justified on a need basis and according to
> certain rules. If these blocks are found to be used for proposes that
> are contrary to those rules at the best scenario the resource holder has
> to give enough explanations in order to keep them otherwise they may be
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