[DNS] Secondary Market

[DNS] Secondary Market

From: Sean K. Finn <Sean.Finn§ozservers.com.au>
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 23:15:31 +1000
> The internet is a commercial medium now and as such should be treated
> one; the days of Robert Elz, Bob Kummerfeld and Piers Lauder are gone,
> intensions no longer apply.

Im glad you see the Internet as a place to facilitate business,
supporting the idea that uselessly consuming a non renewable resource
(domain names) hampers the medium. 

I am glad that you support allowing people, who wish to use the Internet
as one of their mediums of trading, fair access to the resources they
require to do so.

Domain camping adds no value, it only puts domain names that could
otherwise be used to stimulate growth and real business further out of
reach of someone wanting to have a fair go.

To all of you who wish to camp on domain names, unfairly inflate their
price, and sell them on when someone comes up with a use for the name,

You're not promoting using the Internet as a medium to conduct business!

Bad Citizens! Shame on you all!

And quite seriously, you should be ashamed if you want a secondary
market for .au domain names.

If you're not using the resource, hand it back so someone else CAN.

.au is a communal asset to facilitate Australian business, not a
personal asset.
Received on Sat Jul 15 2006 - 13:15:31 UTC

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