[members-discuss] NCC acting on registrations pursuant to "police order"?
Sascha Luck lists-ripe at c4inet.net
Fri Nov 11 00:48:49 CET 2011
All, in the recent discussion on RPKI, it was stated by the NCC that it would not act on resource registrations (and, by extension, certificates and ROAs) without a valid Dutch court order. According to: http://www.ripe.net/internet-coordination/news/about-ripe-ncc-and-ripe/ripe-ncc-blocks-registration-in-ripe-registry-following-order-from-dutch-police ther NCC has blocked changes to registered resources pursuant to "an order from Dutch police". Now, I'm not overly familiar with the Dutch legal system but in ours, a court order is different from a "police order". Considering the implications for, in particular, RPKI; could someone from the NCC confirm that this was, in fact, on foot of a court order? Alternatively, is a "police order" something equivalent, eg an order that must be followed on pain of legal sanction?` Regards, Sascha Luck