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RE: [anti-spam-wg@localhost] Contacts

  • From: "Chris Jones" < >
  • Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 11:16:30 -0000
  • Cc: "'der Mouse'" < >

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> From: anti-spam-wg-admin@localhost
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> Behalf Of der Mouse > Sent: 03 February 2003 10:22 > Subject: Re: [anti-spam-wg@localhost] Contacts > > No, but it _is_ your job to make sure the address sapce you have been > assigned is not used irresponsibly. If you don't require your > customers to maintain working contacts, you must take on that function > yourself; anything less is irresponsible. (Which was where > we came in; > the RIPE NCC as not only being irresponsible in this respect but is > strongly resisting fixing it.) I think that you will find that both ARIN and APNIC take the same view as RIPE in this respect, although APNIC do chase their customers perhaps a little harder than the other two, and this DOES work. Another example of Jeffrey's "carrot and stick" methodology actually working. -- From Chris Jones mailto: chris@localhost web: My PGP Key:- RSA 2048/1024 Key ID: 0x2B1F1593 Fingerprint: B073 FE31 0A6A 6BD6 C4DB 750D 2B30 D0E7 2B1F 1593

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