[db-wg] ORG record vetting ?
Nick Hilliard nick at foobar.org
Tue Jul 30 13:15:25 CEST 2019
Ronald F. Guilmette via db-wg wrote on 30/07/2019 05:11: > Which can easily be forged. Ron, Yes, obviously. Everything which can be created can also be forged. This includes company registration documentation with national legal authorities. I.e. national registration authorities are well known to have junk data in their registration databases, for example: > https://qz.com/1250047/pavel-durovs-fake-telgeram-case-shows-its-terrifyingly-easy-to-create-fake-uk-companies/ "Due diligence" is about carrying out a reasonable duty of care, not about making a canonical legally binding judgement on a binary issue. > Does RIPE NCC have its own MLATs (Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties) with > nations in the RIPE region that routinely refuse informational requests > from most other mere mortals? No, obviously not. MLATs are bilateral international treaties between countries. Nick
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