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Mon Jun 4 03:46:01 CEST 2012
> we've asked the NCC to put in the work to fully explain the reasons behind the current data protection procedures. This update, when complete, will be posted on ripe.net and reported here. I have made no comments against >your website, NCC already did that and they posted it at http://www.ripe.net/data-tools/support/documentation/legal-framework-and-procedures-proposed-by-the-data-protection-task-force It is worthless which is why i saw the need to put a site together. Plus there is this issue where the whois data (including RIPE) is being packaged and resold even though the banners say that should not be done. When I bring this up to various whois operators they don't do anything. So what is the point of the banners? What is the legal authority behind them? This has gone of for years so I find it hard to believe that RIPE is suddenly going to answer the question. Neustar brought in a privacy officer after I complained about .us. CIRA (.ca) says it against their AUP so I am waiting to hear back from them as well. You came on here and posted a message that you would not participate in my web site even though you did not do that when others posted web sites on here. You are like the kid who brought a soccer ball to the playground and then takes the ball home when things didn't go his way.