[DNS] Australia's luckiest man?

[DNS] Australia's luckiest man?

From: Ron Stark <ronstark§snapsite.com.au>
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 16:08:56 +1000
What's under discussion is not the "banana" association, but something quite
different.

There is prima facie evidence that, as an example, a company called Purple
Socks, who sells pizzas, is able to register a domain name bustours.com.au.

Ron Stark

:  -----Original Message-----
:  From: dns-bounces+ronstark=snapsite.com.au&#167;dotau.org 
:  [mailto:dns-bounces+ronstark=snapsite.com.au&#167;dotau.org] On 
:  Behalf Of Graham Miller
:  Sent: Thursday, 13 October 2005 3:54 PM
:  To: .au DNS Discussion List
:  Subject: Re: [DNS] Australia's luckiest man?
:  
:  vic wrote on Thursday, October 13, 2005 3:36 PM:
:  >
:  > indeed one can, there are in fact a variety of possible 
:  claims that 
:  > would allow one to have multiple seemingly unrelated domains.
:  
:  Wow! That amazes me. Considering the diverse list originally posted.
:  
:  I'd better study the rules again... Looks like I am too 
:  conservative when advising my customers when they ask me to 
:  find them a suitable domain name.
:  
:  So are you saying that if a customer has a product called 
:  "purple haze generator" they could register purple.com.au? 
:  Is this where we are these days? This would mean that 
:  someone with a product called "Light banana paint" could 
:  register banana.com.au, yes?
:  
:  Don't suppose you could state the categories of the claims? 
:  Like are they product associations, or business names, or 
:  are they all different claim categories?
:  
:  Graham
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