Re: [79all] IETF Badge

"Doug Ewell" <doug@ewellic.org> Thu, 11 November 2010 19:11 UTC

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Andrew Allen <aallen at rim dot com> wrote:

> Whether this was initiated by the hosts is in my view not relevant. 
> The IETF rules state you need to pay the fees and register. If the 
> host asks that those rules are enforced then so what. A prerequisite 
> of any meeting is that you comply with the local regulations. If those 
> regulations are not counter to IETF rules then there should be no 
> issue. If they were then that's a different matter.  Having some 
> security checks on strangers protects to some extent the petty thefts 
> of laptops that have become a frequent problem at meetings in large 
> hotels.

Eliot Lear's question seems pertinent here.

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