[DNS] Time for the rules to change regarding transferring domainname licences

[DNS] Time for the rules to change regarding transferring domainname licences

From: Michael Purse <pursey§gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 20:30:15 +1000
While I'm not exactly sure whether its a great idea yet (I havent
decided either way yet, want to do some research) I support a policy
review, with call for public submissions.

On 9/23/05, Jason Backshall <jbackshall&#167;staff.iinet.net.au> wrote:
>
> >Now that auDA has (finally) caught up with reality and released the
> >remaining generic and geographic names that weren't registered when Mr
> Elz >was away on holiday back in the mid 90's, it would seem a good time
> to >remove another artificial (and ineffective) restriction on the
> development >of the .au domain name industry.
>
>
> The only problem with that is - whose job is it to define what is
> effective, and what is ineffective development of the industry?
>
> Removing the restrictions in place, in my opinion, would be
> counter-productive, and would only bring us closer to the free-for-all
> that is the US .com system. By lifting the restrictions, you only open
> the door to squatters and the like, which in the minds of many, would be
> a backwards step in many peoples' minds. Those 'restrictions' are there
> for a reason, and have served the industry well. Why change now?
>
> J.
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