Re: [DNS] ABC: Australia supports global cyber-squatting regulations

Re: [DNS] ABC: Australia supports global cyber-squatting regulations

From: Aristedes Maniatis <ari§>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 14:26:08 +1100
Although of course has been around for years now and fallen into
oblivion, it may well be a good idea to resurrect.

Particularly with rumours I have heard about Australia Post wanting to
supply every Australian with an email address of their own, what better way
to manage such a system than with a dedicated domain... Simplified routing
is but one advantage.

Of course there is still the problem to deal with.... how
many unique domains can you create? Now that every Australian has a National
ID number (although it is called a tax file number)... maybe we should use
that... :-(


Who said the DNS system isn't a pseudo directory?

Ari Maniatis

on 31/1/2000 1:43 pm, Mark Nearhos at mjn&#167; wrote:

> Australia supports global cyber-squatting regulations
> The story includes this little gem:
> "Senator Alston has also proposed a new category of, in
> addition to .com or .org, to allow individuals to set up
> websites, but again only if they are that person."
> Mark Nearhos

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