RE: [DNS] auDA media release "power of attorney"

RE: [DNS] auDA media release "power of attorney"

From: Jason Pay <jasonpay§au1.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 09:41:50 +1000
Correct me if i'm wrong, but isnt "power of attorney" an all encompassing
thing, you cant delegate "power of attorney" for a specific thing. when you
give someone "power of attorney" you are giving them total decision making
power over you. generally this "power of attorney" is used when people get
too sick to make decissions, they give "power of attorney to a relative or
friend, who then selll their house from under them and puts them in a home.

So if anyone is able to convince their customers to sign over "power of
attorney" well...................................

IMO auDA should be looking at a "reasonable" solution to this issue.
If a customer is informed and has signed an aggreement with a reseller and
auDA has access to this aggreement then managment of domains by proxy
should be allowed. auDA has the power to reverse a domain move so i dont
really see any problem.

unless the reseller trys to charge more after the move.


anythow

Regards,

Jason Pay
Midrange Administrator
IBM GSA
02 6124 2137
0421 357 559


Thursday, 19 June 2003 6:35 PM
To: <dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au>
cc:
From: "Skeeve Stevens" <skeeve&#167;skeeve.org>
Subject: RE: [DNS] auDA media release



Fine...

I consider the customer ASKING us to manage their domain, signing a form
to indicate as such, gives us this 'power of attorney'.

auDA should stop playing the words game... Is it in the interests of
auDA to attempt to FORCE a registrant to get involved when they may not
want to?

If auDA wants to develop a very specific 'paragraph' or option on a form
which gives us that 'power of attorney', then do it and stop stuffing
around.

auDA claims to have the registrants interests at heart.. Which I think
it does.. Maybe partially blindly... But so I do, in looking at the
interests of theirs which they have asked us to.


...Skeeve

-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Ng [mailto:Craig.Ng&#167;maddocks.com.au]
Sent: Thursday, 19 June 2003 11:41 AM
To: dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au
Subject: Re: [DNS] auDA media release


The short answer to these questions ... is again no!

Under the policy, auDA places the obligation on the gaining registrar to
obtain written authorisation.  auDA has also specifically provided that
resellers can't give this authorisation on behalf of the registrant.
Technically speaking, however, if the registrant gives its reseller a
specific power of attorney to give such authorisation to the gaining
registrar, then this would be acceptable.  Anything short of this would
not be sufficient to satisfy the requirements under the Policy.

Craig


Craig Ng
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The question should be "will auDA accept the right of the registrant to
deligate the "managment" of their domain to the reseller"?

>what happens when the registrant delegates the right to choose a
registrar
to the reseller?

Vic

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