RE: [Oz-ISP] auDA hipocrisy (again)

RE: [Oz-ISP] auDA hipocrisy (again)

From: Josh Rowe <josh§email.nu>
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 09:50:11 +1000
auDA Published Policies
http://www.auda.org.au/policy/policy-index.html

Clarification of Domain Name Licence - Prohibition on Sale of Domain 
http://www.auda.org.au/docs/auda-2002-24.txt

Interim Transfers (Change of Registrant) Policy 
http://www.auda.org.au/docs/auda-2002-18.txt

"3. CIRCUMSTANCES OF TRANSFER

3.1	A registrant may transfer their domain name licence to a
proposed new registrant if one of the following circumstances applies:

[snip-snip]

b) if the domain name is used within the operations of the registrant
and either the registrant or the operations are acquired by, merged
into, devolved to or joined with the operations of the proposed new
registrant;"


Josh
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http://josh.id.au/

> -----Original Message-----
> From: majordomo-owner&#167;koala.aussie.net 
> [mailto:majordomo-owner&#167;koala.aussie.net] On Behalf Of Skeeve Stevens
> Sent: Monday, 19 August 2002 11:57 
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> Subject: Re: [Oz-ISP] auDA hipocrisy (again)
> 
> 
> 
> I also notice that I received zero response to my query about 
> selling the entity that a domain is licenced to... i.e. a 
> shell company or a business name... because that IS legal... 
> and the email was CC'd to ceo&#167;auda... but no response.
> 
> Further... say a party does have an entity with a domain 
> licence that they are selling... is someone not entitled to 
> advertise the fact that the domain is a selling point of the entity?
> 
> Sooooo if this guy had sport.com.au listed on ebay... but did 
> not actually sell the domain, but sold a business name that 
> held the licence (I am NOT saying this is the case... but it 
> easily could have been) - then would auDA consider this a 
> violation of the rules?  I certainly hope they would 
> investigate the matter....
> 
> IMHO I dont think auDA has ANY say when a company has a 
> licence for a domain and the company or entity being 
> told..... for example Toyota selling out to Ford... obviously 
> the domains would go with them.... if someone buys ozemail, I 
> am sure that ozemail.com.au would stay with the licence 
> holder... being the entity it was registered under.
> 
> Please reply Chris... enquiring minds want to know.
> 
> 
> ~/Skeeve
> 
> 
> 
> 
> You, "Dale Clapperton (lists)", shaped the electrons to say:
> +
> +Sometimes auDA just amazes me..  auDA take the "cream of the 
> crop" of 
> +the .au domains and auction them to make money.  Someone 
> buys a domain 
> +at their auction and puts it on ebay.  auDA then take the 
> domain back 
> +because they "cant be sold"..  So its OK for auDA to auction domains 
> +and make a profit, but not for anyone else?
> +
> +What horsesh_t...
> +
> +
> +http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/08/16/1029114001256.html
> +
> +auDA withdraws sport.com.au domain from auction winner
> +
> +By Jenny Sinclair
> +August 16 2002
> +
> +auDA last week said it would withdraw the name sport.com.au from the 
> +person who won it in the authority's online auction.
> +
> +The unidentified person had put the name up for sale on the eBay 
> +auction site with a $900 reserve. By the afternoon of August 
> 15, when 
> +auDA cancelled the pending registration, no bids had been received .
> +
> +AuDA chief executive Chris Disspain said the name was only recently 
> +allocated in the auction of so-called generic names, and 
> would now be 
> +re-auctioned without the person who originally won it.
> +
> +He declined to name the person, but confirmed that their original 
> +winning bid was under $900.
> +
> +Disspain said sale of domain names was against auDA policy. 
> AuDA says 
> +domain names are only licensed, rather than being owned
> +
> +----
> +email "unsubscribe aussie-isp" to majordomo&#167;aussie.net to be removed.
> +
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ..Skeeve
> 
> 
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