In their mad rush to tick lots of boxes for the implementation of direct registration and new licensing rules, auDARead more
No domain name registrant likes to lose a domain name because they haven’t followed all the policy rules set downRead more
Please scroll to bottom for update Someone has let the very valuable 3 Letter domain name LAW com au expire,Read more
Wise people often say we should learn from history. There have been two other Commonwealth countries that have introduced directRead more
One of the whole premises behind introducing direct registration of domain names in Australia was that it also had toRead more
Recently, I had the pleasure of brokering the sale of Pay.com.au for an Australian record price of $168,000 (for aRead more
One of the most read articles in Domainer history was “Follow The Money”. Believe it or not, this was writtenRead more
If you use an Australian domain name, then this applies to you. auDA (the Australian domain name regulator) wants toRead more
Seasoned observers of auDA (Australia’s Domain Regulator) are aware of the turmoil that has racked this not for profit organisationRead more
With so much turmoil surrounding our Australian domain name space over the past few years, many of us were enjoying the new-concept of possible stability.
For as many positive steps forward we’ve seen in this industry as of late, we’ve also seen some very-outdated backward steps. And most of those, in my opinion, have been initiated by The PRP.
Alarm bells started ringing again when the generic domain name Banking.com.au was lost on the weekend, opening up a brand new muddy can of worms.Read more
Nearly two weeks ago, auDA Demand-Class Independent Director Tim Connell resigned from the auDA Board. It appears auDA have stillRead more