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  • proper noun Acronym of American Registry for Internet Numbers.

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  • He then correlated those IP addresses with public net-address lookup services such as ARIN, as well as private domain-name data provided by IP2Location.com.

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  • He then correlated those IP addresses with public net-address lookup services such as ARIN, as well as private domain-name data provided by IP2Location.com.

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  • He then correlated those IP addresses with public net-address lookup services such as ARIN, as well as private domain-name data provided by IP2Location.com.

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  • # ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2009-05-25 19: 10

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  • ARIN simply reveals where the site is being hosted/where the DNS records point to/who operates the root DNS servers for the dom, ain name.

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  • "It will just be 'business as usual' if everyone gets their job done," said John Curran, CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers, or ARIN, one of five regional groups that dole out such addresses.

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  • Back in the day before ARIN, I obtained a class C license (255 IP numbers) for a network of servers running in my garage.

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  • Stacy Massey, counselor and founder of Abortion Recovery InterNational (ARIN), said the visual memory of an RU486 abortion is the hardest.

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  • "It will just be 'business as usual' if everyone gets their job done," said John Curran, CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers, or ARIN, one of five regional groups that dole out such addresses.

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  • Approximately 6 percent of possible 12-digit IP addresses under Internet Protocol 4 (IPv4) have yet to be assigned, warns John Curran, CEO of ARIN.

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