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Australia domain administrator denies domain investing ban

Domainers get a victory in Australia. Australian domain name registry manager auDA will continue to permit domain investing in the .AU namespace. The decision comes after its Policy Review Panel suggested a change that would effectively halt domain investing. Current rules prohibit registering a domain for the “sole purpose” of selling or transferring it to […]

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Australia likely to BAN domaining

Domain investors will soon be no longer welcome in Australia’s .au, if proposed policy changes are approved. Registrants who own more than 100 names and cannot prove they’re not a domainer will have their names deleted, under the recommenda...
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Australia’s .Au domain names are now managed by Afilias

Handover to Afilias is now complete. It’s already July 1 in Australia, and that means that Afilias is now the backend registry service provider for over 3 million domain names ending in .Au. .Au domain overseer auDA put the contract for managing .au out to bid, and in December of last year announced that Afilias […]

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auDA wins brief reprieve from boardroom battle

Australian ccTLD registry auDA has managed get a small delay, smaller than it wanted, to the deadline for a special member meeting at which the fate of its chair, CEO and two directors will be decided. After more than 5% of its membership signed a peti...
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auDA may sue to delay boardroom bloodbath

auDA is thinking about taking its membership to court in order to delay a vote on the jobs of four of its directors. The Australian ccTLD registry has also delayed further consideration of its policy to introduce direct, second-level registrations in ....
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