[DNS] Monetised

[DNS] Monetised

From: Jon Lawrence <jon§jonlawrence.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 08:57:37 +0100
>If the domain was registered under the monetisation
>policy a blank page does not meet the eligibilty
>criteria. Therefore if a complaint is made regarding
>the content of a monetised domain then the registrant
>must comply with policy within 7 days or risk losing
>the domain.

How do you know it's a "monetised" domain name if there's no website?  Well
you can't, because it's not.


>-- Original Message --
>Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 08:42:45 +0100 (BST)
>From: David Jones <dj_david_jones&#167;yahoo.co.uk>
>To: ".au DNS Discussion List" <dns&#167;dotau.org>
>Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised
>Reply-To: ".au DNS Discussion List" <dns&#167;dotau.org>
>
>
>
>--- James Andrewartha <trs80&#167;ucc.gu.uwa.edu.au> wrote:
>
>> On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, David Jones wrote:
>> 
>> [generics]
>> 
>> > You may as well aboilish the Eligibility policy
>> because now it adversely 
>> > affects those who wish to register a domain but
>> not to monetise it. The 
>> > only criteria that should exist is that you are an
>> Australian business 
>> > or citizen.
>> 
>> Precisely - if this sort of abuse continues then a
>> large proportion of 
>> generics will be monetised, and anyone who actually
>> wants to establish a 
>> business using a generic domain name will be out of
>> luck, unless they wish 
>> to purchase it from the current monetiser (which
>> really shows that they 
>> are cybersquatting - see 4.5 below).
>> 
>> So either auDA cracks down on this sort of abuse, or
>> it should just open 
>> up the open 2LDs to anyone. As a side note, I see
>> dwarfs.com.au is now a 
>> blank page, so having lost the income from their
>> illegitimate 
>> monetisation, and unless the registrant comes up
>> with something actually 
>> related to dwarfs, they'll let it expire in two
>> years when it can be 
>> reused by anyone with a legitimate use for it.
>
>If the domain was registered under the monetisation
>policy a blank page does not meet the eligibilty
>criteria. Therefore if a complaint is made regarding
>the content of a monetised domain then the registrant
>must comply with policy within 7 days or risk losing
>the domain.
>
>Hopefully they will find that monetisation of com.au
>is not that lucrative after all.
>
>DJ
>
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