[DNS] team beatie told to bugger off

[DNS] team beatie told to bugger off

From: Kirk Fletcher <kirk§enetica.com.au>
Date: Thu, 31 Aug 2006 20:59:12 +1000
Personally, I'd approve a com.au of it based on the fact that it refers
to a service they provide... provided they had a valid ABN/ACN...

...but this highlights the silliness of some of the restrictions.  I think
any entity would be foolish to not at least try to get the .com.au
- even a non-profit organisation.  Of course, if the .com is available,
I'd strongly recommend you register that too.  Not just as a registrar,
but from a marketing perspective, you're foolish not to.

We've come a long way since de-regulation.... but still got some way
to go.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Deus Ex Machina" <vicc&#167;cia.com.au>
To: ".au DNS Discussion List" <dns&#167;dotau.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 31, 2006 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [DNS] team beatie told to bugger off

> Jon Lawrence [jon&#167;jonlawrence.com] wrote:
>> Which takes us back to the original question of why is the QLD ALP not 
>> using
>> the .au domain space?
> a) exactly match:
> (i) the registrant's company, business, trading, association or
> statutory body name; or
> (ii) the words comprising the registrant.s Australian Registered Trade
> Mark or application for an Australian Registered Trade Mark; or
> b) be an acronym or abbreviation of 2a) (i) or (ii); or
> c) be otherwise closely and substantially connected to the registrant,
> because the domain name refers to.
> (i) a product that the registrant manufactures or sells; or
> (ii) a service that the registrant provides; or
> (iii) an event that the registrant organises or sponsors; or
> (iv) an activity that the registrant facilitates, teaches or trains; or
> (v) a venue that the registrant operates; or
> (vi) a profession that the registrant's employees practise
> which one does teambeattie fit?
> Vic
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