auDA Director questionable

auDA Director questionable

From: Provisionaly Accredited <aucom_fan§>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 21:22:58 -0800 (PST)
In the context of the conversation, the identity of
the writer of the
comments below is totally irrelevant. Peter Dean
should get off his high
horse and stop attempting to divert focus for he is
the one reacting in a
childish manner. My identity has no reflection on the
facts as presented.
For this is not personal at all Mr Dean. Facts are
facts and the facts are
as stated below. Now the manner in which you respond
simply indicates that
you are willing, if not eager, to damage your own
credibility more so.

John 5

Sent: Saturday, 23 March 2002 2:22 PM
To: dns&#167;
Subject: RE: [DNS] DNS List

Demanding respect and recognition ?  It's almost

Would it be fair to say that Peter Dean registered the
following domain
names and uploaded his commercial websites knowing
there was a possibility
he was about to confuse and possibly deceive
Australian consumers?  He was
instructed by auDA to place the following warning on
the sites,  "If you
arrived here expecting the Australian Network
Information Centre (aunic)
Click Here"  Perhaps he should have been advised by
auDA to give up the idea
totally and save credibility.

The websites remain. An auDA Director clearly sees no
harm in possibly
misleading Australian consumers, and THAT is not
laughable. Should we accept
such arrogance and perhaps irresponsible behaviour,
simply because Peter
Dean is an auDA Director? Not a chance. One may gain
respect leading by
example, there is no place for arrogance and/or shonky

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