RE: [DNS] FW: [Oz ISP] naming policy

RE: [DNS] FW: [Oz ISP] naming policy

From: Vasil Vasiliades <vasil§>
Date: Mon, 13 Dec 1999 16:34:36 +1100
Seeing as we are having a gripe session I have applied 3 times for even got a trademark on it.  Registered a company with it
" P/L."

I have been rejected 3 times because its generic.

I have heard, don't know if its true or not that generic names will go to
the highest bidder, does that mean they will buy my company as well?

Vasil Vasiliades

-----Original Message-----
From: Rowe, Joshua [mailto:Joshua.Rowe&#167;]
Sent: Monday, December 13, 1999 2:24 PM
To: dns&#167;
Subject: [DNS] FW: [Oz ISP] naming policy

fyi ...

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Morris [mailto:brian&#167;]
Sent: Monday, 13 December 1999 12:22
To: aussie-isp&#167;
Subject: Re: [Oz-ISP] naming policy

I just thought I would throw this one in for the festive season...

We tried to register and got rejected because " refers
to a product category we plucked from the sky etc etc" however, I just
noticed the domain name got "though" somehow.

You have to wonder.....

Can a dildo get through where a scooter can not?

----- Original Message -----
From: Adam Todd <adam&#167;>
To: <aussie-isp&#167;>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 1999 5:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Oz-ISP] naming policy

> >And thirdly, does INA know the meaning of consistency?
> No.
> >All these are registered:
> >
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> That's a pretty impressive list.  You must be pretty passionate!  I'll
> cross ref those with our current list and add you as a complaint on
> >Anyone else with war stories?
> Just wait a little longer and we'll have one making a LOT of noise :)
> <chuckles>  A CLEAR and unadulterated breach of policy on the one I'm
> o bite.
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