Public shaming list for ISPs announcing other ISPs IP space by mistake

Colin Alston karnaugh at karnaugh.za.net
Wed Aug 13 16:05:28 CDT 2008


On 2008/08/13 10:04 PM Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
> 
> The italian courts seem to have told ISPs there to block ThePirateBay 
> (bittorrent tracker), and this evening (CET) LLNW (AS22822) originated
> 88.80.6.0/24 via 6762 (telecom italia) to what I presume is most of Europe.
> 
> Basically same thing that happened when people tried to block YouTube a 
> few months back (afghanistan?).
> 
> How do we hinder this in the short term? I know there are a lot of long 
> term solutions that very few is implementing, but would the fact that 
> these mistakes are brought up into the (lime)light by a public shaming 
> list make ISPs shape up and perform less mistakes?

Can't IANA give $100000 stupidity tax or revoke AS for people that do 
this?




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