From: Shaun Ewing <s.ewing§aussiehq.com.au>
Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009 09:03:52 +1000
On 01/10/2009, at 1:19 AM, Barry Armstrong wrote:

> Only a small point perhaps but I always thought it was a breach of  
> AUDA rules
> not to show a contact person's name on a .com.au domain record.

I refer you to the registrant contact information policy (2002-14): http://www.auda.org.au/policies/auda-2002-14/ 
  - more specifically section 2.2, and I quote:

Registrant Contact	MANDATORY
Contact person or role (eg. "General Manager") nominated by the  
registrant. In the case of individual registrants, must be the  
registrant himself or herself. In the case of corporate registrants,  
must be a principal, employee or member of the registrant. MUST NOT be  
the registrar of record or their reseller.

As per the above it is perfectly within policy to include a role as  
the contact person. You may be confusing .au domains with .nz - it is  
a requirement that the contact person on a .nz domain be an  
individual, and not a role.

In our case, as I'm sure is the case with many larger organisations -  
corporate domains are not managed by a single person rather they come  
under the jurisdiction of our systems group.


Shaun Ewing
Chief Technology Officer
AussieHQ Pty Ltd

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