[dns-operations] blocking recursers

Ondřej Surý ondrej.sury at nic.cz
Thu Mar 23 17:46:54 UTC 2006

On Thu, 2006-03-23 at 07:27 -1000, Randy Bush wrote:
> > [IANAL] Legally, even if it were a RFC with status Total
> > Standard, I'm not sure it would be a solid basis, legally
> > speaking. RFC are not laws.
> i agree that the existence of an rfc which says orns are bad
> practice does not have the weight of law.
> my issue is in the opposite direction.  without such an rfc, if
> i take preemptive action against an orn, the orn operator would
> seem to have a legitimate claim to have done nothing wrong.

[IANAL] You can put this in your terms of service.  Ie.:

  3.2.1 nameserver services will not be provided to ORN.

+ definition of ORN

And then you don't have to have RFC describing same.

 Ondřej Surý
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