[At-Large] R: FW: Withdraw the gun database
evan at telly.org
Tue Jan 22 22:18:45 UTC 2013
I might accept that, but as a pre-requisite registrants must also warrant
the accuracy of their data, including beneficiary rights in case _they_
violate etc etc etc.
What's good for one side is good for the other. If a WHOIS searcher is
going to be expected to offer such disclosure (and exposure), they have a
reasonable expectation that the result of that will not be futile.
On 22 January 2013 17:06, Karl Auerbach <karl at cavebear.com> wrote:
> On 01/22/2013 01:53 PM, Evan Leibovitch wrote:
> > While I'm arguing that WHOIS data should be accurate and available, I do
> > not see registration and ToS acceptance as being an unreasonable barrier
> > access.
> Terms of service should always obligate the person making the inquiry to
> several things, including accuracy of any identifications presented or
> assertions made. And just as important the TOS must give third party
> beneficiary rights to the registrant to enforce those obligations,
> including the right to obtain attorney fees and costs of such enforcement.
> (I might also mention that recent events have indicated that violation
> of terms of service, at least here in the US, can, if a prosecutor so
> decides, constitute a Federal crime with some rather severe prison-time
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