[members-discuss] NCC acting on registrations pursuant to "police order"?
Axel Pawlik axel.pawlik at ripe.net
Fri Nov 11 09:34:45 CET 2011
Good morning Sascha, all, you are right Sascha, this is an order from the Dutch police, on behalf of the Distract Attorney. If we were to refuse it, according to counsel, we would become liable for consequences of that. I'm expecting further information today as to which further consequences a refusal would have. cheers, Axel On 11/11/2011 00:48, Sascha Luck wrote: > 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