Re: [DNS] Consumer Alert

Re: [DNS] Consumer Alert

From: Jason Pay <jasonpay§>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 14:23:27 +1100
The Registrar fees paid to auDA should be enough to pay for a quarterly 
auDA 'Authoritative' mail out similar to the one I mentioned below.

Maybe each 'Registrar' should also think about sending a mail out to each 
registrant advising them of the situation... authorised and ethical 
resellers of each registrar?

Maybe auDA could send out a 'new domain pack' with each new registration 
or enforce a policy with the registrars to do the same, there are many 
solutions to the situation, but again the onus should be on the registrant 
to make an informed choice, there is no lack of information available on 
the net about these issues.

>But it is hard for the registrant to make an informed decision if they 
>bombarded with inaccurate information.

>> From: Jason Pay <jasonpay&#167;>
>> Reply-To: dns&#167;
>> Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 09:53:05 +1100
>> To: dns&#167;
>> Subject: Re: [DNS] Consumer Alert
>> auDA has issued a warning, there has been a mail out by auDA in 
>> to these practices in the industry. How many times does this issue have 
>> be rehashed? The onus should be on the registrant to make an informed
>> decision.
Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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