Submitting Fake Geolocation for blocks to Data Brokers and RIRs

Robert Blayzor rblayzor.bulk at
Fri Apr 23 02:54:40 UTC 2021

On 4/22/2021 9:30 AM, Tom Beecher wrote:
> While I agree with the overall sentiment of your message, I am curious ; 
> have there been any instances where an internet provider has been found 
> liable (criminally or civilly) for willfully misrepresenting IP 
> geolocation information?

How could there be? Isn't geolocation data just a "best guess" where the 
endpoint may be? Technically you could route an IP (at least a /24) 
almost anywhere. What about anycast prefixes?

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