[dp-tf] Quadlogy of person proposals
Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet Woeber at CC.UniVie.ac.at
Tue Jul 17 14:04:30 CEST 2007
Leo Vegoda wrote: > On 15 Jun 2007, at 4:26pm, Denis Walker wrote: > > [...] > >> This is why I think we should focus attention first of all on these >> questions. But I don't think this is a simple as it looks. Maybe the >> original wording of policies said we need contact information for >> troubleshooting. The world has moved on a lot since then. Now >> accountability is also important. Governments and LEAs want to know >> "who" is responsible for Internet resources. > > > I agree. > >> A faceless role object will >> not be good enough. > > > I doubt person objects would be, either. That's what organisation > objects, do. Maybe, but in many cases it would simply shift the problem from the left hand to the right hand. Take my case at home: I have been assigned 8 addresses for my ADSL connection by my Telekom Op. With your approach I could easily hide my personal contact information because that can/has to go into "my" organisation: object. In the end it is the same set of (personal) information under a different heading. If that approach gets us out from unerneath the PD rules, fine with me :-) But I am not convinced... > Regards, > >-- >Leo Vegoda >IANA Numbers Liaison Wilfried.
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