[acm-tf] Abuse Contact Information - Policy Proposal
Alessandro Vesely vesely at tana.it
Mon Oct 17 13:23:55 CEST 2011
A couple of notes... On 15/Oct/11 13:18, Tobias Knecht wrote: > > Policy Text > > This is a proposal to introduce a new (mandatory) contact attribute > named "abuse-c:", which can be referenced by inetnum, inet6num and > aut-num objects. The "abuse-c:" reference to an abuse handler should > make use of the hierarchical nature of the resource data to minimize the > workload on resource holders and facilitate good database design. It is not clear from that text that we want abuse-c to be inherited. IMHO, optimizations and database principles should be considered a fortunate coincidence. The semantic point is that we consider ISPs responsible for the kind of traffic that their customers operate. (The recent A2B vs Spamhaus story may illustrate this concept.) > The role should contain the following attributes: > > ... > address: [mandatory] > phone: [optional] > fax-no: [optional] > e-mail: [mandatory] [single] > abuse-mailbox: [mandatory] [single] * domain-name: [mandatory] [single] I re-propose adding a domain, the main domain that the abuse team belongs to, in order to avoid the email addresses to be meaningful in that respect. For example, one might want to outsource an abuse-mailbox, or to use external domains for fault-tolerance.
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