[DNS] Monetised

[DNS] Monetised

From: Jon Lawrence <jon§jonlawrence.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 09:42:49 +0100
>Also if you just sit on the domain for two years I
>cannot see how you will be allowed to renew it under
>the monetisation policy as you haven't used it for
>monetisation and are not providing that service.

David

You seem to be implying that a website is the only use for a domain name.
 Would it not be perfectly legitimate to register a domain name under the
close and substantial rule and to simply use the domain name for email,
on the basis that it is being used to sell the relevant service, even if
in reality, it wasn't?  How could auDA police that?  By demanding copies
of invoices and sales receipts?

Jon

>-- Original Message --
>Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 09:30:55 +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>
>
>
>> I will continue to register these kinds of domain
>> names and put a notice
>> that the domain name is under construction, if auDA
>> thinks it will rip it
>> from me....bring it on!
>
>Feel free to do that Charlie you won't be getting a
>good return on investment will you. however once you
>make the site go live and someone puts a complaint in
>about the content then you must comply with the
>policy. After all when you register a domain you are
>entering into an agreement with auDA that you will
>abide by the policy. If you don't agree to their terms
>and conditions then you should not register the
>domain. They have every right to terminate the licence
>if they wish for non compliance.
>
>>Lets throw something else into this argument, what if
>my site has more
>>content than the site that developed the domain name
>and registered it
>>before me, do I have an avenue to get the domain name
>from them?
>
>It depend on the eligibility criteria they registered
>it under. If you register a domain under "close and
>substantial" "I run a monetisation business" then you
>have to abide by the monetisation policy. If they
>register it under "close and substantial" "I sell
>these products" then they just have to sell the
>products. They don't have to sell online so they don't
>have to develop a site. Monetisation is online and
>requires a website otherwise it is not monetisation.
>Do the math.
>
>Also if you just sit on the domain for two years I
>cannot see how you will be allowed to renew it under
>the monetisation policy as you haven't used it for
>monetisation and are not providing that service.
>
>DJ
>
>
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