Re: RE: [DNS] Young Mr Guy

Re: RE: [DNS] Young Mr Guy

From: jamesguy <jamesguy§guyassociates.com.au>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 14:01:28 +1000
Does this mean that I can apply to the ausregistry and get a list of any parties domains? What is auda policy on this Chris?

> Dear Mr Guy,
> 
> I refer to your email below.
> 
> auDA does not provide legal advice on any matters including whether your
> privacy has been breached. However, we would point out that the whois
> database, which is a publicly available database, provides for each
> domain name the name of the registrant and a contact email address. This
> information is published in the whois database pursuant to the terms of
> the registrant agreement.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Chris Disspain
> CEO - auDA
> ceo&#167;auda.org.au
> www.auda.org.au
>  
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jamesguy [mailto:jamesguy&#167;guyassociates.com.au] 
> Sent: Tuesday, 22 July 2003 13:38
> To: info&#167;auda.org.au
> Cc: dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au
> Subject: Fw: [DNS] Young Mr Guy
> 
> I have been advised that infor.auda.org.au is the correct forum to raise
> the issue of how some person was able to get my information from the
> register and to publish it to the DNS List.  Please advise if this is a
> breach of my privacy under the domain licenses and what steps will be
> taken to address this situation.  I grant leave under the Privacy act to
> have any response posted to the DNS list.  For details of the party who
> released this information please check the DNS list archive which is not
> as far as I am aware made available to the public at the auda site.
> 
> Kind regards
> 
> James Guy
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Motives? Agendas?
> 
>  
> 
> Well, it seems that young Mr Guy is something of a domain name king.
> Below is a list of some names registered to him. Obviously a number of
> 'law' ones and no problem there as far as I can tell, so far. But, to
> use some of young Mr Guy's favourite words, there are some little
> 'gems'.
> 
>  
> 
> 1. jazz.org.au and trademarks.org.au - registered to him personally
> using his personal abn. And how does that fit within the policy
> precisely? The policy says that org.au registrants must be;
> 
>  
> 
> a) a charity operating in Australia, as defined in the registrant's
> constitution or other documents of incorporation; or
> 
>  
> 
> b) a non-profit organisation operating in Australia, as defined in the
> registrant's constitution or other documents of incorporation.
> 
>  
> 
> So unless young Mr Guy is a charity or a non-profit organisation then
> this looks like a breach of the rules to me. I shall be lodging a formal
> complaint with auDA. Of course under the rules young Mr Guy will have 14
> days within which to correct the situation before the registration is
> cancelled. But, wait a moment, wasn't he suggesting that giving people
> the right to correct a registration was wrong..hmm!
> 
>  
> 
> 2. audrp.com.au and audrp.net.au - A little disingenuous, don't you
> think, for someone claiming to be acting in the best interests of the
> DNS to register domain names such as these. And, in any event, how is
> young Mr Guy entitled to them. He is not a accredited provider of
> services under the auDRP so where is the close and substantial
> connection. Again, I shall be lodging a complaint about these
> registrations with auDA. 
> 
>  
> 
> 3. udrp.com.au and udrp.net.au - see 2 above.
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> agreement.com.au                                             
> 
> arbitration.net.au                                    
> 
> audrp.com.au                                        
> 
> audrp.net.au                                          
> 
> austlii.com.au                                          
> 
> businessname.net.au                             
> 
> businessnames.net.au                                       
> 
> compensation.net.au                               
> 
> debt.net.au                                            
> 
> defamation.com.au                                             
> 
> defamation.net.au                                              
> 
> discrimination.com.au                              
> 
> discrimination.net.au                                          
> 
> guyassociates.net.au                               
> 
> incorporation.com.au                               
> 
> industrialdesign.net.au                                        
> 
> industrialdesigns.com.au                         
> 
> industrialdesigns.net.au                          
> 
> injury.net.au                                          
> 
> jazz.org.au                                                        
> 
> negligence.com.au                                  
> 
> patentattorneys.com.au                                      
> 
> patent-attorneys.com.au                                     
> 
> patents.net.au                                       
> 
> personalinjury.net.au                                          
> 
> privacy.net.au                                        
> 
> processserver.net.au                              
> 
> securities.net.au                                    
> 
> trademark.net.au                                    
> 
> trademarkagent.com.au                          
> 
> trademarkagents.com.au                        
> 
> trademarkattorney.com.au                       
> 
> trademark-attorney.com.au                                 
> 
> trademarkattorney.net.au                        
> 
> trademarkattorneys.com.au                                
> 
> trademarkaustralia.com.au                                  
> 
> trademarklawyer.com.au                          
> 
> trademarks.org.au                                              
> 
> trademarksattorney.com.au                      
> 
> trademarks-attorney.com.au                               
> 
> trademarksattorney.net.au                      
> 
> trademarksattorneys.com.au                   
> 
> trademarkslawyer.com.au                       
> 
> trademarksolicitor.com.au                                   
> 
> trademarkssolicitor.com.au                     
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> udrp.com.au                                          
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> udrp.net.au                                            
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> workcover.net.au                                    
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> worldlii.com.au                                       
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