Dear all, 

I think there are some misunderstandings of the issue 
By the way under which laws there will be fines imposed on AFRINIC after the 
25th ???? does AFRINIC have subsidiary company in EU area ?? 
I think things are more simplier for AFRINIC 
AFRINIC has just to declare that as company is fully respecting data privacy 
and should appoint a senior responsible for assuring that all mecanisms 
implemebted treating personal 
data comply with data privacy issues for example AFRINIC should ISO27001 
certified and had a Security Officer (which is mandatory to be ISO27001 


De: "Arsène Tungali" <> 
À: "Mike Silber" <> 
Cc: "S Moonesamy" <>, 
Envoyé: Samedi 14 Avril 2018 11:18:22 
Objet: Re: [Community-Discuss] AFRINIC and the GDPR 

On Apr 14, 2018, at 7:45 AM, Mike Silber < > wrote: 

My expectation is that the org confirms that is has performed a thorough 
evaluation and believe any risks have been mitigated. 


If fines are to be imposed on AFRINIC (past May 25th) simply because there was 
less care taken upfront in dealing with this issue, then it will be a total 

AFRINIC members need to look closely at this since they might be the ones 


On Sat, 14 Apr 2018 at 00:18, S Moonesamy < > wrote: 

Hi Arsene, 
At 07:48 AM 13-04-2018, Arsene Tungali wrote: 
>Reading this thread, I am still awaiting an official statement from 
>the Board telling us that AFRINIC is safe and at this stage is in 
>compliance with GDPR when it gets into enforcement next month. Or 
>maybe did i miss that one? 

There was a message at 

>I am not a EU citizen nor do I live in any EU country but i do care 
>very much about privacy issues in terms of the way WHOIS handles personal 

I suggest sending an email to if you have 
questions about the above as I would not know how that works for you 
given that we do not reside in the same country. 

S. Moonesamy 

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