[arin-ppml] Draft Policy ARIN-2022-3: Remove Officer Attestation Requirement for 8.5.5
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Fri Jun 24 22:40:05 EDT 2022
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Please find my comments below, inline...
Le vendredi 24 juin 2022, Ronald F. Guilmette <rfg at tristatelogic.com> a
> In message <CAGbMP+j5zR+-DFubVh6RQOomfpMeMBfes0NmnTm0_nUng2qwgg at mail.gm
> Matthew Wilder <matthew.wilder at telus.com> wrote:
> >Would-be fraudsters on the transfer market would
> >now face significant cost to execute a transfer, and presumably, an
> >organization operating in bad faith could easily provide officer
> Are these attestations signed "under penality of perjury"?
John, could you, please, take also that question?
Thanks for asking, Ronald :-)
"declaration under penalty of perjury
A statement that has been signed by a declarant
who will be found guilty of perjury if the facts
declared in the statement are shown to be
It would certainly add more security to the process.
Thus, imho, the policy manual should be keeped as
is or only improved to add more protection against
potential *reservation* plans.
> If so, it may be worthwhile to keep requiring them. Fraudsters may yet
> balk at adding yet another crime on top of whatever ones they are already
> committing. (That is my thinking anyway.)
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