RPKI Pilot Participant Notice
randy at psg.com
Fri Sep 7 01:31:10 CDT 2012
> If a relying party's use of PKI infrastructure legally equated to
> acceptance of the relying party agreement (RPA), then having an
> explicit record of acceptance of the RPA would not be necessary.
> Alas, it does not appear possible to equate use of PKI certificates
> with agreement to the associated RPA (and some might argue that this
> is a feature, as some folks would not want to be legally bound to an
> agreement which they did not explicitly review and accept.)
do you have a r&d group devoted to how much you can delay, damage, warp,
half-assed implement, ... rpki? look around you at the real world, the
other rirs (especiall ripe/ncc), etc. the only part of it where arin
seems to be doing a serious job is bs generation. thanks.
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