The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) held the first of their two public policy meetings for the year, ARIN 39, from 2 to 5 April in New Orleans, USA.
Four Draft Policies and two Recommend Draft Policies were discussed at the meeting relating to changes to current transfer policies and the validation of the Whois database – read Geoff Huston’s review of the policies discussed at ARIN 39.
- Geoff Huston presented his analysis of address assignments made by RIRs in 2016 and provided an update on APNIC’s activities.
- Craig Ng attended the policy discussions as an observer.
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