RE: [DNS] ICANN Accra Meeting : .info country names.

RE: [DNS] ICANN Accra Meeting : .info country names.

From: Rowe, Joshua <Joshua.Rowe§>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 10:09:22 +1100
It looks as though is already registered by Australian
Tourist Commission ... ?

* any views are my own

Domain ID:D21799-LRMS
Created On:31-Jul-2001 08:31:27 UTC
Last Updated On:17-Dec-2001 05:02:31 UTC
Expiration Date:31-Jul-2006 08:31:27 UTC
Trademark Name:Example Trademark
Trademark Date:1984-01-01
Trademark Country:AU
Trademark Number:Various
Sponsoring Registrar:R141-LRMS
Registrant ID:C38472-LRMS
Registrant Name:Richard Llewellyn
Registrant Organization:Australian Tourist Commission
Registrant Street1:GPOBox 2721
Registrant City:Sydney
Registrant State/Province:NSW
Registrant Postal Code:2011
Registrant Country:AU
Registrant Email:rllewell&#167;
Admin ID:C38471-LRMS
Admin Name:Richard Llewellyn
Admin Street1:GPOBox 2721
Admin City:Sydney
Admin State/Province:NSW
Admin Postal Code:2011
Admin Country:AU
Admin Email:rllewell&#167;
Billing ID:C38474-LRMS
Billing Name:Richard Llewellyn
Billing Street1:GPOBox 2721
Billing City:Sydney
Billing State/Province:NSW
Billing Postal Code:2011
Billing Country:AU
Billing Email:rllewell&#167;
Tech ID:C38475-LRMS
Tech Registry Registry
Tech Street1:GPOBox 3942
Tech City:Sydney
Tech State/Province:NSW
Tech Postal Code:2001
Tech Country:AU
Tech Email:registry&#167;

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael-Pappas [mailto:auda&#167;] 
> Sent: Wednesday, 20 March 2002 10:00 
> To: 
> Subject: [DNS] ICANN Accra Meeting : .info country names.
> ICANN | Perilinary RepORT |14 March 2002.
> At the Accra meeting .info country domain were discussed. I 
> was wondering if the auDA and other members of this list had 
> any views on this.
> Basically without to much detail the GAC and ICANN board 
> resolved that due to the 'special nature' of this gTLD 
> governments (domain administrators) are being given the 
> opertunity to use the specific geographical name i.e. 
>, for providing information on international fora.
> Is the auDA is putting forward an option on this and 
> submitting or particatiting in the forum and discussions.
> If so; (will we see and drafts that are submitted to the 
> .info Country Names Discussion Group (ICNG)
> -Does the auDA agree that this would fall into lines with our 
> current domain allocation policies and not cause any 
> hazardous precedents? -Does the auDA have any means to ensure 
> that a site such as this would be representive of factual 
> fora information and how would this be represented to the 
> public and government agencies that visit the site. -Does the 
> auDA feel that any locked names that fall into the cited 
> letter subsection 3.6.3 if .INFO registry agreement? Such as 
> or also in the same way would the auDA 
> partition for the names in differing languages? -What 
> information that would be represented on this site?
> If not,
> (I would see that this domain space personifies the internet 
> (information
> age) and would benefit Oz in way that can be developed over 
> time to increase international trade, econemey, travel and 
> governmental relations not to mention many many more thing 
> that any of us here can think of.)
> -Who would be responsible for representing Oz in this 
> situation and how should such information be communicated 
> that represents the public and and Australian beer drinking 
> community...
> Best Regards,
> Michael-Pappas.
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