Re: [DNS]

Re: [DNS]

From: <magic2147§>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 16:07:17 +1000
On 17 Aug 2004 at 15:10, Chris Maltby wrote:

> The argument is that the political services provided by members of
> parliament and candidates on behalf of their party is "a service that the
> registrant provides", which is provided under the name of the MP or
> candidate. It seems like an open and shut case to me. Whether the Liberal
> Party qualifies as a non-profit organisation is another question entirely.

> I argued this with auDA on behalf of another political party and 
> eventually got them to agree to this interpretation and issue a
> policy clarifying statement to registrars.

Strictly speaking a member of a parliament is NOT a representative of a political party 
but of the electors of a particular electoral division (or state in the case of a senator)  
so the argument you put forward was somewhat specious.

Perhaps this suggests that we actually need a domain space.

In amy event why hasn't auDA spelt out the interpretation in the policy instead of 
keeping it a secret. 


Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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