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[rpd] Last Call for "AFPUB-2016-GEN-001-DRAFT-04 - Internet Number Resources Review by AFRINIC"
pan.afrikhan at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 12:27:52 UTC 2017
Dear CEO Alan
I shall agree with your advice to the people who write this proposal so
they can with Brother Ashok.
this is the best way as its the Afrinic that understood this operation of
giving ip address and can work with this authors.
did you sew how some people are afraid.?? they must be hiding ip address
and not using it.
maybe they want to sell it. this is common in our africa where some poeple
will take all land and keep it and sell it later very very expensive. when
others say let us share, they will panick with greedy. this are corrupted
ip address must be taken back to the afri ic if it is not used and being
idle. if next time you want you shall get again and the ipv6 will even give
this way in africa someone else shall also be given to use by afrinic. this
ways we shall have the internet everywhere in africa and our people shall
use it to do the business and communications and apps and even the schools
in africa shall also use online like America i see this. they will teach
from online becuase they have the internet everywhere.
On 19 Jun 2017 1:04 p.m., "Alan Barrett" <alan.barrett at afrinic.net> wrote:
> > On 19 Jun 2017, at 05:34, Ashok Radhakissoon <ashok at afrinic.net> wrote:
> > To the Attention of the Co -Chairs-PDWG
> > I refer to the proposed" Internet Number Resources Review" policy and
> specifically to my observations thereon from a legal perspective.( attached
> Thank you, Ashok, for highlighting the legal analysis.
> I suggest that the proposal authors work with the AFRINIC legal advisor to
> produce a revised version of the proposal that would not expose AFRINIC to
> undue legal risks.
> Alan Barrett
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