A Resolution Institute auDRP panel has found the City of Parramatta guilty of Reverse Domain Name Hijacking in a decision handed down today. The Council had filed an auDRP Proceeding in the hope of securing a valuable place name domain parramatta.com.au without having to buy … [Read more...] about Panel finds City of Parramatta Guilty of RDNH
auDA's new licensing rules are set to go into effect today at 10am. The new rules consolidate the patch work of auDA Policy which has existed for the past twenty years. Complaints The biggest change for domain name investors is the new complaints regime, where investigative … [Read more...] about New auDA Licensing Rules
Right now, Google is threatening to pull its search engine from the Australian market in response to the Commonwealth Government’s proposed media code that would require Google and others to pay local news networks for content that is republished. The purpose of this article … [Read more...] about Time to reduce Google dependency?
After a development phase of around 2 years auDA has launched its new website with a positive development. Following a brand refresh and revised website to bring auDA into modern times, auDA has now launched its new website. The new website is cleaner and more modern with … [Read more...] about auDA Launches New Website
Who here remembers the 2002 auDA auctions? I know I do! At the time, auDA auctioned off some 3,000 generic domain names that were previously quarantined. They were quarantined because it was feared granting any one of them to any one business would give that business an unfair … [Read more...] about .com.au Nostalgia – 2002 auDA Auctions