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

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

From: Leefe Hicks <wyvern§tengutech.net>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 14:33:01 +1000
When you give someone 'power of attorney' you define what they have 
'power of attorney' for. And you probably want to be very careful 
about this. :)

Leefe


At 9:41 +1000 20/6/03, Jason Pay wrote:
>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
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Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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