Proof of ownership; when someone demands you remove a prefix
SNaslund at medline.com
Tue Mar 13 15:01:08 UTC 2018
Another thing that would affect me as a service provider would be the account history. I would probably be more skeptical if this was a long term customer who has been announcing this prefix for a long period of time vs a new customer that just began announcing it.
i.e. If I just began announcing it and there is an ownership dispute right away, I might suspect my new customer misappropriated the block. If he had been announcing it for years and now someone wants it taken down, that is a higher burden of proof for me. As always bottom line is who has the block registered with RAR is the final authority.
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:46:31AM -0700, Sean Pedersen wrote:
> We recently received a demand to stop announcing a "fraudulent"
> prefix. Is there an industry best practice when handling these kind of
> requests? Do you have personal or company-specific preferences or
> requirements? To the best of my knowledge, we've rarely, if ever,
> received such a request. This is relatively new territory.
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