Why the sudden rush to railroad the latest PRP Consultation Paper into the boardroom to be quickly voted on, auDA?Read more
Rugby Australia lose complaint to hijack Wallabies.com.au – Land.com.au sells for $100,000 – iFurniture.com.au sells for $9,900 – Policy Review Panel releases new Consultation Paper.Read more
As many people have said before me, I am greatly concerned that the Panel lacks objectivity and I no longer have confidence that The PRP can proceed in a manner that is in the best interests of the Australian internet community.Read more
Land.com.au was purchased for $100,000 on Thursday. On that SAME DAY, auDA released the new PRP Policy Review Paper that suggests the new owners will NEVER be allowed to own Land.au(.)Read more
As Chairman of The PRP (Policy Review Panel), John Swinson has publicly released the following statement: I am pleased to advise that auDA’s Policy Review Panel (PRP) will commence the next round of targeted stakeholder engagement early in the New Year…Read 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For as many positive steps forward we’ve seen in this industry as of late, we’ve also seen some very-outdated backward steps.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
The DIWG (Domain Investor Working Group) is meeting for the first time this Thursday in Melbourne where we willRead more
After 8 months of deliberations, in February this year, the PRP went on an Australian road-trip to share their “proposal forRead more
It is now crystal clear what the intention of the current PRP is. Today, they released this statement on theirRead more