Re: [DNS] Why have a policy?

Re: [DNS] Why have a policy?

From: Bennett Oprysa <bennett§>
Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2005 08:33:40 +1000
> You of all people should say nowt about this having permitted, a couple of
years ago, an
> inbound transfer of a domain that was registered in the name of a
deregistered company.
> Your human checker was not well enough trained to identify this bleeding
obvious problem it
> seems.

Still upset you were not able to steal someone else's domain I see. It's
also obvious you still lack the ability to understand plain English...

There is NO manual or human checking of transfers or renewals, they are
automated. The registrant warrants that they are still eligible, that's all.
In that particular case, the domain was deleted because of a false warranty,
after you complained about it, but unfortunately for you, the people who
previously had the domain were able to re-register it under a valid entity
before you.


> I wouldn't be so unwise as to suggest that you should have  known that the
person who
> requested the transfer could not have had any authority to do so as after
complaints were
> made the domain was deleted from the registry in the prescribed way. Quite
why both auDA
> and the ceding register MIT disregrarded the rules in the first place is a
mystery that has
> never been explained.
> The long amd short of this thread is that the commercial .au domain space
(and for
> that matter) is a nasty little cartel where rivers of gold are generated
for a few. I reiterate
> what I have said previously: the .au  domain space should be administered
by a real not for
> profit registry/registrar and what surpluses are generated should be given
to charities like the
> .il and .za regimes where commercial domains are half the .au price and
work just as well.
> cb
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