[arin-ppml] Reclamation of Number Resources
mpetach at netflight.com
Sun Jul 17 11:14:35 EDT 2022
On Sat, Jul 16, 2022, 04:31 Ronald F. Guilmette <rfg at tristatelogic.com>
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> Matthew Petach <mpetach at netflight.com> wrote:
> >But if no fault is found, I don't think it's appropriate to have to
> >release documents or records that were used to demonstrate
> I agree 100% with that when it comes to anything that could reasonably be
> construed as "trade secret" or "proprietary" or "business confidential".
> As I have stated at some length, I *do not* agree with that when it comes
> to identifying the name, location and other contact details about the
> business (and/or the natural person) that is the member, and when it comes
> to identifying the names and full contact information of any and all
> officers, directors, shareholders, and/or legal representatives of any
> given member that are known to ARIN. All of that information for *all*
> members should *already* be out on the table, and public, totally
> of any cases of "fishy facts".
That's never going to work.
How would you even begin to identify all million-plus shareholders of
For public corporations, the named officer information is public, but not
*all* officers and directors.
I mean, this is ppml, so you can propose a policy change to require ARIN to
collect and publish this information, but I'm pretty sure you'll find
there's no support for such an effort among the members, many of whom would
be unhappy to have all that information being published by ARIN.
You generally do good work, Ronald--but I don't think you thought this one
through very carefully first. ^_^;;
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