[anti-abuse-wg] RIPE NCC Procedure Regarding LIR Information in the RIPE Database
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Mon Aug 8 17:40:36 CEST 2011
There may have been a zelote who drag this thread into the "Faked RIPE registration datas" but that was more of a strategy than anything else. If one discovers that some datas for a a RIPE allocated registration is false and erroneous, the complaining party should simply request RIPE to rectify the erroneous. And check back the validity of the registration datas a little later. Simply. It ain't a matter of "Right to anonymity" since anybody who signed with RIPE had a legal responsability to be aware of RIPE's regulation. If one gets into the Internet business and after this of that amount of time in business, remains unaware that RIPE has regulations... Maybe it could time for that network owner to change his job or get some knowledgable employee (S) ? Simple logic. > -----Original Message----- > From: vesely at tana.it > Sent: Mon, 08 Aug 2011 11:26:21 +0200 > To: anti-abuse-wg at ripe.net > Subject: Re: [anti-abuse-wg] RIPE NCC Procedure Regarding LIR Information > in the RIPE Database > > On 08.08.2011 10:03, Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote: >> While the abuse contact wg would be good to develop a standard format >> for noting an abuse contact in RIPE whois, it is hardly the place to >> deal with netblocks registered with fake contact information, and >> quite possibly registered with faked justification paperwork. > > I'd hope some practical hints proposition to define a workable > acceptation of the term "faked" is also on-topic. > >> RIPE's existing policies *should* cover this - but there's a notable >> lack of a formalized resolution process on the lines of wdprs for >> domains. > > What is the current policy about the right to anonymity, for Whois Data > Problem Reporting System? It is often said that e-commerce sites cannot > be anonymous. It should be added that email sites also cannot. > In fact, an email site may grant the right to anonymity to its users, > but IMHO it needs not be anonymous itself for doing so properly. ____________________________________________________________ TRY FREE IM TOOLPACK at http://www.imtoolpack.com/default.aspx?rc=if5 Capture screenshots, upload images, edit and send them to your friends through IMs, post on Twitter®, Facebook®, MySpace™, LinkedIn® – FAST!