> Agree that a level of security is required, but the real value is in
> customers like banks knowing where their fiber is, so when they lease
> service for a back up provider they know it is not in the same ditch.

Does the bank actually need that information? Or does there need to
be a way for the two providers to do conflict detection between their
design layout groups? You don't need copies of all provider's fiber
maps to do conflict detection for a particular group of circuits.

I think - as both of you both know, this has little to do with security
vs. being a savvy network consumer and asking for what you need to make
your purchase. Be careful with the hyperbole, you'll create a new box or