.au Code of Practice posted
Date: Wednesday August 21 2002, @03:45AM
Topic: Country-Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs)

unsolicited writes "auDA have today posted the final version of the Code of Conduct that will cover all accredited Registrars and their appointed resellers in the .au domain name market."


The code has been sent to auDA's board for approval with a recommendation that it be reviewed after 3, 6 and 12 months.

Full story at Australian Domain News.

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Re: .au Code of Practice posted
by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday August 21 2002, @06:57AM (#8624)
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Rick Wesson of ICANN's registrar constituency, recently pointed to a draft of their attempt at self-regulation. With largest registrar VeriSign and various smaller registrars like YesNic and Parava (and quite a few others) guilty of some of these practices, unfortunately I don't think it will progress beyond a draft. -g
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Re: .au Code of Practice posted
by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday August 21 2002, @08:35PM (#8637)
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Not directly related, but Domain Registry of Canada, then DR of America, then DR of Europe, now appears to also be operating as the Domain Registry of Australia. -g
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Re: .au Registrars Code of Conduct shows up ICANN
by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday August 21 2002, @01:52PM (#8628)
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What makes this even more surprising is that otherwise .au is not much of a ccTLD posterchild (BTW, following up from that comment of mine, info on the .ca DRP can be found here, it is much more consumer, that is, registrant, friendly than the .au process). -g
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