[DNS] Domain dispute heats up

[DNS] Domain dispute heats up

From: Marty Drill - Domain Candy <marty§domaincandy.com.au>
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2006 11:17:34 +1000
Hey Vic

This issue relating to NetReg dispute aside, do you propose that .au be
completely opened up so that there is no policy. 

Ie adopt the TLD policy of basically no policy?

Not having a go, simply want to know you exact position. Also, your thoughts
on how the Australian Government would feel about that position. And whether
you think that the Govt would intervene and override auDA if your position
was adopted?



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Josh Rowe [josh&#167;email.nu] wrote:
> Domain dispute heats up (Australian IT) 
> http://australianit.news.com.au/articles/0,7204,19393648%5E15318%5E%5E
> nbv%5E,00.html http://makeashorterlink.com/?Z26A5493D

yet another faillure of policy. the rules never worked, and they can never

and basically have disenfranchised about 1 million customers who dont
qualify for .com.au and forced them to buy .com at the expense of australian
income and ultimately jobs. well done auda.

its about time .au grew up and moved into the space age and we ditch the
last remnants of the horrific dark ages kre inflicted on us.


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