[anti-abuse-wg] What to do when both RIR and ISP don't care?
Badguys Killer badguyskiller at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 17:01:56 CEST 2009
It's not a matter of laziness or not, but a matter of time and money. I mean, should I use my own time and my company's money to fix something not belonging to me/us? Of course, I won't argue that someone might say YES, and this is very generous. But discarding generosity from someone full of resource (time, money), I doubt this YES means a majority. I'm quite certain that common sense would make most of us say NO. 2009/4/24 Jørgen Hovland <jorgen at hovland.cx>: > May I suggest, > > If the contact method doesn't work, use another. Also please tell the LIR > about the invalid contact information when you reach them. If you are too > lazy to use another contact method, the incident is obviously of no > importance. > If none of the contact methods listed for the LIR work, tell the RIR about > it and they will hopefully update the contactinfo (or you can perhaps also > ask for proper contact info on this list). > Contactinfo for the RIR is listed on their website.