Australia’s Domain Name Policy Reform and Direct “.au” Implementation Plan is HERE!
Toward the end of this year, auDA intends to launch Direct .AU Registration in the Australian domain name space.
This means you will be able to register domain names in .AU directly (such as “example.au” as opposed to “example.com.au“).
Under the proposed eligibility rules, a registrant of a .AU domain name must simply have an “Australian Presence” whilst COM.AU and NET.AU domain names will see more flexibility in being able to be bought and sold.
The PRP’s final recommendations on existing policy changes, as well as Direct .AU Registration implementation is being voted-in by the auDA Board THIS FRIDAY 10TH MAY.
It’s important you have your say!
You can get up to speed on your own by reading auDA’s PUBLIC COMMENT…