[DNS] Australia's luckiest man?

[DNS] Australia's luckiest man?

From: David Goldstein <goldstein_david§yahoo.com.au>
Date: Thu, 6 Oct 2005 16:40:30 +1000 (EST)
Actually, the police require one to make a complaint
in many many instances, and without a complaint by
someone in many cases cannot act.

So in many instances, except for crimes like murder
for example, the police do act like auDA.

And there are many organisations and government bodies
that require a complaint to be made before they will

My complaint to ACMA re the spam from Nic Mason, that
was received by many on this list, is a case in point.


--- Dave <frm125&#167;gmail.com> wrote:

> >
> >
> > Wouldn't it be great if the Police operated like
> auDA... you can your
> > store broken into, set on fire, and your wife
> killed, the Police could
> > watch the whole thing from across the street, and
> not take any action
> > because you haven't made a complaint!
> LOL - great analogy!
> Kinda makes any policy discussion pointless
> especially when current rules
> aren't enforced even when they're so blatantly
> flouted.
> Maybe the press needs to get involved before auDA
> takes any action -
> ansearch.com <http://ansearch.com> comes to mind.
> >
> List policy, unsubscribing and archives =>

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