[anti-abuse-wg] Notice: Fradulent RIPE ASNs
Shane Kerr shane at time-travellers.org
Tue Jan 22 10:57:54 CET 2013
Suresh, [ using your top-posting style in this reply, to avoid "crossing the streams" ] We can have transparent processes, that have no "teeth" as you say. We can also have strict policies that are enforced in secret. Both transparency and effectiveness are important. I do think ISPs are more likely to support a fair and transparent policy that will punish abusers than they will to support a fair and secretive policy that will punish abusers, because they will have no guarantees that they will be safe under such a system. Cheers, -- Shane On Tuesday, 2013-01-22 07:20:26 +0530, Suresh Ramasubramanian <ops.lists at gmail.com> wrote: > I think we are missing the main point rfg raised and going around in > circles about transparency. > > How do we give enough teeth to ripe ncc's audit processes, and it's ip > allocation processes, especially through LIRs, so that the issue we > are concerned about is mitigated?