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internet registry email form

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I received this in my email this morning:  


The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is a non-profit Internet number registry for the U.S., Canada, and parts of the Caribbean.

You are receiving this message for one of these reasons:

* Your Internet service provider has registered you as a Point of Contact (POC) for your organization's IP addresses shown in ARIN's Whois, which is the public registry of IP addresses issued in this region.


* You have obtained IP addresses and/or Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) directly from ARIN.

We ask each POC to verify their information as part of ARIN's annual validation process. Validating your POCs helps us to maintain an accurate registry. Your POC information is shown below.


Is this something I need to confirm? It is asking for name and address and name of business.  Stuff like that.

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