DNS: DNA Terms and Conditions

DNS: DNA Terms and Conditions

From: Leni Mayo <leni§toplevel.net>
Date: Tue, 05 Aug 1997 11:38:00 +1000
This document collects several suggestions that were made for inclusion
into the Code of Practice that might be better placed in a DNA Terms and
Conditions document.  Comments and suggestions encouraged.


Domain Name Administrator
Terms and Conditions
Draft #1
Comments to dns&#167;intiaa.asn.au or leni§toplevel.net

1 Introduction

This document contains suggestions made on the dns&#167;intiaa.asn.au mailing
list for inclusion within a „Terms and Conditionsš document to be signed
by DNAs after being selected to operate within the ADNA framework.
2 List of proposed paragraphs

2.1 DNAs agree to operate at the discretion of ADNA
Something is required  to specifiy the relationship between:
- ADNA and the DNA and
- the DNA and the central registry software.

Mark Hughes has made a suggestion relating to ADNA and the DNA shown in
2.5 below.

Perhaps something to say that DNA‚s acknowledge that their right to
operate in the domain derives from ADNA and that continued operation
within such domain requires acceptance of .these Terms and conditions
and other such policies as determined by ADNA.

2.2 Agree to the Code of Conduct
DNA‚s agree to abide to both the letter and the spirit of the Code of

2.3 Contribution to central registry software
It was suggested that DNA contribute resources to the development of the
central registry software and that this be made part of the terms and

2.4 Judgements against DNAs
In response to concerns about unfair pricing and anti-competitive
conduct, it was suggested that if a judgement was delivered against a
DNA by someone like the ACCC, that ADNA have the right to penalise the
DNA, up to and including removing the right to operate.

2.5 The Nature of DNA licenses
Mark Hughes on 1 August suggested that ADNA issues DNA licenses that
- valid for a period of one year
- Automatically renewed, only subject to the DNA continuing to meet set
criteria (as amended by ADNA from time to time), and subject to the DNA
having paid any charges due to ADNA.

Received on Tue Aug 05 1997 - 12:20:17 UTC

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