[DNS] New .AU Marketplace Launched today

[DNS] New .AU Marketplace Launched today

From: David Lye <davidlye§privatefleet.com.au>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 12:01:20 +1000
Hi Guys,

We've just launched www.netfleet.com.au

Any feedback gratefully received.  List members with com.au portfolios
they may wish to sell are welcome to add listings.  No listing fee,
commissions or anything else.

Cheers

Netfleet 

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> From: "Sean K. Finn" <Sean.Finn&#167;ozservers.com.au>
> Subject: Re: [DNS] Daniel Felice spam
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> This is *us*, how could it possibly make us anything other 
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> Cheers,
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> >I'll leave the name of the service out of the email so as not to 
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> Subject: [DNS] domain name news - June 30
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> http://technewsreview.com.au/ - for daily updates in between postings.
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> 
> Major internet shake-up heralds new web addresses 
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jun/26/internet
> 
> New internet domains will cost $100k-plus 
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4218629.ece
> 
> ?There?s going to be a lot of demand. The sky?s the limit?
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4221994.ece
> 
> Simple Googling could put paid to hopes of cash bonanza 
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4222028.ece
> 
> Crucial vote on internet's future
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7474889.stm
> 
> Q&A: Internet shake-up
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7475279.stm
> 
> Freedom to create personal domains
> http://www.nzherald.co.nz/topic/story.cfm?c_id=137&objectid=10518835
> 
> Internet domain overhaul
> http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/411319/1876316
> 
> Unlimited domain names now up for grabs
> http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/unlimited-domain-names-now-grabs-32565
> 
> Lawyers, analysts: ICANN vote will cause URL chaos 
> http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/0,1000000097,39440185,00.htm
> 
> GNSO Invites Comments On Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy - 
> Denial of Transfers (Reasons #8 and #9) 
> http://icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-2-26jun08-en.htm
> 
> Hackers Hijack Critical Internet Organizations [IDG] 
> http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C40069388000257475005F6F4D.html
> 
> nz: Authorisation of Registrars (AOR) Policy Review [news 
> release] http://dnc.org.nz/story/30310-29-1.html
> 
> Russia to create Internet addresses in Cyrillic [AFP] 
> http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2008/06/30/1214677908635.html
> 
> Will New TLDs Affect Domainers?
> http://technewsreview.com.au/article.php?article=5316
> 
> 
> **********************
> GOVERNANCE
> **********************
> An exchange for broadband capacity?
> There are exchanges where you can buy and sell stocks, 
> futures, pork bellies, wine and even pollution allowances. 
> Why not an exchange for the trading of digital bits and 
> bytes? "That is my dream," said Hamadoun Tour?, secretary 
> general of the International Telecommunications Union, a 
> United Nations agency based in Geneva that sets international 
> communications standards.
> http://iht.com/articles/2008/06/29/technology/byte30.php
> http://nytimes.com/2008/06/30/technology/30byte.html
> 
> Inventor of the Internet takes aim at BitTorrent In the 
> 1960s, Lawrence Roberts invented computer networking via data 
> packets, which led directly to the development of ARPANet and 
> the Internet . And now Roberts is trying to fix one of the 
> Internet's biggest problems: network overload caused by 
> peer-to-peer file transfers.
> http://www.webware.com/8301-1_109-9977880-2.html
> 
> **********************
> DOMAIN NAMES
> **********************
> 
> **********************
>  - ICANN
> **********************
> ICANN Concludes Successful 32nd Meeting in Paris ICANN 
> concluded its 32nd International Public Meeting in Paris 
> today after four days of discussions that will shape the 
> future of the Internet.
> http://icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-3-26jun08-en.htm
> 
> Biggest Expansion in gTLDs Approved for Implementation The 
> Board of ICANN today approved a recommendation that could see 
> a whole range of new names introduced to the Internet's 
> addressing system.
> http://icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-4-26jun08-en.htm
> 
> Internet overhaul wins approval
> A complete overhaul of the way in which people navigate the 
> internet has been given the go-ahead in Paris. The net's 
> regulator, Icann, voted unanimously to relax the strict rules 
> on so-called "top-level" domain names, such as .com or .uk.
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7475986.stm
> 
> Domain name shake-up - video
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7474203.stm
> 
> Domain name shakeup may bring new net goldrush For more than 
> a decade the internet has been a world of dotcoms, dotnets 
> and dotcodotuks. That could all change, however, with a new 
> scheme to liberalise the way websites are named, creating a 
> whole new generation of addresses such as .bank, .sport and .news.
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jun/27/internet.digitalmedia
> 
> Major internet shake-up heralds new web addresses The 
> internet is set for a radical shake-up after the organisation 
> that oversees website names gave the green light to plans for 
> a new way of creating web addresses.
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jun/26/internet
> 
> I've got a .bridge I'd like to sell you
> You may already know that you can buy land on the moon. That 
> is, you can lay claim to it, and there are people who are 
> perfectly happy to sell you a certificate which confirms that 
> through them, you have laid claim to some small part of the 
> Sea of Tranquillity ? perhaps even that bit where Neil 
> Armstrong declared it was a giant leap for mankind. There's 
> even someone, I believe, who will sell you plots of "land" on 
> the sun itself (which I think brings in a new definition of 
> "land", since even to define what constitutes the surface of 
> the sun is a whole branch of scientific philosophy).
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jun/27/charles.arthur1
> 
> The online name game - The internet will soon explode with 
> new domain names ? and we will suffer a worldwide identity 
> crisis Identity just got more complicated. Icann has decided 
> to open up top-level domains to almost any suffix we can 
> imagine ? from .com, .net, .org, .co.uk, etc to .anything. So 
> there will be an explosion in what we nerdily called the 
> internet namespace.
> http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/jun/27/internet
> 
> New internet domains will cost $100k-plus Biggest shake-up in 
> web addresses is to be approved today, but domain chief says 
> it's not for 'mom-and pop' operators 
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4218629.ece
> 
> ?There?s going to be a lot of demand. The sky?s the limit?
> They had open-neck shirts, designer spectacles and a 
> peculiarly laid-back pose in the lounge chairs at the bar. 
> But the people at the cutting edge of the dot-com economy 
> were anything but cool yesterday as they engaged in heated 
> debate over the prospect of a new era on the internet.
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4221994.ece
> http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,23930817-75
> 82,00.html
> 
> Simple Googling could put paid to hopes of cash bonanza In 
> June 1996 the hacker Kevin Poulsen walked out of a two-year 
> prison sentence in California. The first thing he saw was a 
> billboard showing an internet address. He was dumbfounded. In 
> just two years, his geeky private world of http and .com had 
> suddenly become big, ordinary business.
> http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/arti
> cle4222028.ece
> 
> Crucial vote on internet's future
> A complete overhaul of the way people navigate the internet 
> could begin following a crucial vote in Paris. The net's 
> regulator Icann will vote to decide if the strict rules on 
> so-called top level domain names, such as .com or .uk, can be relaxed.
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7474889.stm
> 
> Q&A: Internet shake-up
> The net's regulator Icann has proposed a complete overhaul of 
> the way people navigate the internet. They will vote to 
> decide if the strict rules on so-called top level domain 
> names, such as .com or .uk, can be relaxed.
> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/7475279.stm
> 
> Dot whatever
> Is this the end of dotcom? At a meeting this week in Paris, 
> regulators voted to allow companies to buy their own 
> ?top-level domains?. TLDs are the last segment of an internet 
> domain name (for example, the ?com? in FT.com). At the 
> mo?ment, businesses must choose the suffix for their website 
> address from a list based on what kind of organisation they 
> are, and where they are. But no longer. Rightly, websites 
> will soon be able to choose their own TLD.
> http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8cac00d4-4474-11dd-b151-0000779fd2ac.html
> 
> Business website address choice expanded Businesses will be 
> free to choose any suffix they please for their internet 
> addresses after a decision yesterday to expand the choices 
> beyond current staples such as ".com", ".co" and ".org".
> http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6bd02684-43e7-11dd-842e-0000779fd2ac.html
> 
> ICANN backs custom domains, gives brand-owners nightmares The 
> managing body for the internet's domain name system will 
> massively increase the 'real estate' of the internet, letting 
> brands and generic words become top-level domains. A legal 
> expert said that the plans will make brand protection a nightmare.
> http://out-law.com/page-9214
> 
> ALAC report: Barriers to meaningful participation A draft of 
> the independent review of the At-Large Advisory Committee to 
> ICANN has recently been published (a summary can be found 
> here). The authors conclude that ALAC has made progress, but 
> due to several factors, has not made any significant 
> contributions. Under the current system, the prohibitive 
> costs associated with active participation ensure that only a 
> select group of people, representing concentrated interests, 
> will ever be able to consistently participate and make 
> significant contributions to the Internet governance process.
> http://blog.internetgovernance.org/blog/_archives/2008/6/29/37
> 54794.html
> 
> Will ICANN move to control routing security? by Brenden 
> Kuerbis Replying to ICANN's draft 2009 Operating Plan and 
> Budget, the Security and Stability Advisory Committee 
> submitted comments last week vying for its piece of the 
> estimated $60 million ICANN revenue pie. But the interesting 
> story is not the dollar amounts requested by SSAC, rather 
> their request for a specific line item for "Management of 
> certificates for the addressing system (RPKI)." This request 
> to put ICANN in the middle of controlling routing security 
> raises many governance issues.
> http://blog.internetgovernance.org/blog/_archives/2008/6/25/37
> 62527.html
> 
> ICANN Paris: a revealing exchange by Milton Mueller This is 
> the most intensely political ICANN meeting I have ever been 
> in, with the possible exception of Berlin 1999. Part of the 
> cause is the GNSO structural reform, which has the various 
> constituencies snarling at each other about vote 
> distributions. Multilingual domain names, which combines 
> market pressures with geopolitics, adds to the mix. But one 
> of the main causes is the escalating power of ICANN's 
> Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC).
> http://blog.internetgovernance.org/blog/_archives/2008/6/25/37
> 62356.html
> 
> ICANN to Add New Top-Level Domains, World to Come to an End 
> by John Levine The biggest buzz from the Paris ICANN meeting 
> was that the board accepted last fall's proposal for a 
> streamlined process to add new TLDs. A variety of articles in 
> the mainstream press, many featuring inflammatory but poorly 
> informed quotes (from people who probably got a phone call 
> saying "We go to press in five minutes, what do you think 
> about ICANN's plan to add a million new domains?") didn't 
> help. When can we expect the flood of TLDs? Don't hold your breath.
> http://www.circleid.com/posts/86299_icann_new_top_level_domains/
> 
> Why New TLDs Don't Change a Thing by Kevin Ohashi I have a 
> heard a lot lately about ICANN unanimously voting in favor or 
> relaxing top level domain rules and had a few people come to 
> me and ask 'how does that affect what you do?' The short 
> answer is, it won't; at least not for a long time and here is why:
> http://ohashi.info/article/why-new-tlds-dont-change-thing
> http://www.circleid.com/posts/86298_new_tlds_no_change/
> 
> Domain name boom 'like gold rush'
> THE Australian spearheading an expansion of the world wide 
> web says the introduction of new generic domain names will be 
> like the opening up of land during Australia's gold rush.
> http://www.australianit.news.com.au/story/0,25197,23931305-153
> 06,00.html
> 
> Internet broadens its domain
> WEB users will encounter domain names such as .car and .shop 
> - as well as websites with names in languages other than 
> English - after a radical shake-up of internet naming rules.
> http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,23934538-50
> 13404,00.html
> 
> Internet users brace for start of dot-sex WEB regulators have 
> voted to allow the creation of thousands of new domain names, 
> from .paris to .Pepsi, in one of the biggest shake-ups in 
> internet history.
> http://www.news.com.au/technology/story/0,25642,23930445-50141
> 08,00.html
> 
> Internet expansion set to revolutionise worldwide web [AAP] 
> NEW generic domain names for websites will be like the 
> opening up of land in the gold rush, according to the 
> Australian spearheading an expansion of the worldwide web.
> http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,23930971-11869,00.html
> 
> .NSW, .Uluru, .Oz, .footy domains coming in 2009? [AAP] ICANN 
> has voted to allow the creation of thousands of new domain 
> names, from .paris to .Pepsi, in one of the biggest shake-ups 
> in internet history, a French web official said.
> http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/software/soa/-NSW-Uluru-Oz-footy-
> domains-coming-in-2009-/0,130061733,339290156,00.htm
> 
> Lawyers, analysts: ICANN vote will cause URL chaos The 
> decision to allow custom top-level domains will be a 
> "nightmare" for brand managers, analysts and lawyers have warned.
> http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/0,1000000097,39440185,00.htm
> http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/software/soa/ICANN-s-custom-TLD-w
> ill-be-a-nightmare-/0,130061733,339290184,00.htm
> http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/internet/0,39044908,62043263,00.htm
> http://news.cnet.com/ICANN-vote-stirs-worries-of-domain-chaos/
> 2100-1028_3-6242757.html
> 
> **********************
>  - ICANN
> **********************
> Now Available: Board Proposal IDNC WG, the Final Report IDNC 
> WG on Fast Track Process for IDN ccTLDs The IDNC WG Board 
> Proposal, pursuant to IDNC WG charter, contains the final 
> report of the IDNC WG, as well as the statement of GAC and 
> ccNSO on the recommendations included in the report.
> http://icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-26jun08-en.htm
> 
> GNSO Invites Comments On Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy - 
> Denial of Transfers (Reasons #8 and #9) At its 25 June 2008 
> meeting in Paris, France the GNSO Council decided to post for 
> public review and comment proposed new language that seeks to 
> clarify two portions of the existing Inter-Registrar Transfer 
> Policy (IRTP). The two portions of the policy (identified in 
> the proceeding as Reason # 8 and Reason # 9) apply to parts 
> of the IRTP that govern the denial of transfer requests 
> submitted to the original registrar of record. A drafting 
> group formed by the Council created the language and has 
> asked the GNSO Council to approve its conclusions.
> http://icann.org/en/announcements/announcement-2-26jun08-en.htm
> 
> Hackers Hijack Critical Internet Organizations [IDG] Turkish 
> hackers Thursday defaced the official sites of the 
> international organizations that oversee the Internet's 
> critical routing infrastructure and regulate domain names, 
> researchers said Friday.
> http://www.nytimes.com/idg/IDG_852573C40069388000257475005F6F4D.html
> http://computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;784851277
> http://computerworld.co.nz/news.nsf/scrt/9963C5E3AC6EB4CECC257
> 4770075D4BF
> http://www.computerworld.co.ke/articles/2008/06/27/hackers-hij
> ack-critical-internet-organizations
> 
> ICANN and IANA Sites Hacked, Redirected
> Two of the world's most important internet regulatory web 
> sites ? ICANN and IANA -- were hijacked and briefly 
> redirected Friday to another site that screamed this message: 
> "You think that you control the domains but you don't! 
> Everybody knows wrong. We control the domains including 
> ICANN! Don't you believe us?"
> http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/06/icann-and-iana.html
> http://blog.wired.com/sterling/2008/06/icann-gets-pwne.html
> 
> Ankle-biting hackers storm net's overlords, hijack their 
> domains The websites of two of the net's most critical 
> oversight organizations were hijacked by Turkish hackers who 
> sent visitors to rogue pages that challenged the overseers' authority.
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/06/27/iana_and_icann_hijacked/
> 
> Turkish hackers crack ICANN
> Turkish hacking group NetDevilz have successfully hacked the 
> web sites for the ICANN and IANA.
> http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2220276/turkish-hackers-crack-icann
> http://www.itnews.com.au/News/NewsStory.aspx?story=79333
> 
> ICANN publicity may have triggered malicious behavior On a 
> week when ICANN's decisions were headlining hundreds of tech 
> news sites, several of the group's pages were defaced by a 
> group of hackers, and a phishing scam spoofing the group's 
> page hit inboxes across the country.
> http://www.betanews.com/article/ICANN_publicity_may_have_trigg
> ered_malicious_behavior/1214588164
> 
> ICANN Embraces Censorship
> The voting members of ICANN decided yesterday to expand the 
> number of top-level domains (TLD), or ends of web addresses 
> (.com, .org, .net). In anticipation of the vote, I argued 
> that more domain names would be a good thing, for the reasons 
> listed by Jesse Walker, and also on principle: More choice is 
> better than less choice.
> http://reason.com/blog/show/127232.html
> 
> **********************
>  - ccTLD & gTLD NEWS
> **********************
> au: auDA's Industry Competition Advisory Panel releases 
> issues paper for public consultation [news release] auDA's 
> Industry Competition Advisory Panel is currently reviewing 
> auDA?s competition model for the Australian domain name industry.
> http://www.auda.org.au/news-archive/auda-30062008/
> 
> Canadian Trademark Owners Concerned About New Privacy 
> Measures For .ca Domains [reg req'd] A fundamental change in 
> Canada, effective June 10, will restrict the accessibility of 
> publicly available information about registrants of .ca domain names.
> http://mondaq.com/article.asp?articleid=62106
> 
> Consultation Period On IE Namespace Opening Comreg, the Irish 
> communications regulator, is starting a consultation process 
> on the IE namespace.
> http://www.isquattedyour.eu/2008/06/28/consultation-period-on-
> ie-namespace-opening/
> 
> nz: Authorisation of Registrars (AOR) Policy Review [news 
> release] The Domain Name Commission is reviewing its policy 
> regarding the Authorisation of Registrars (AOR). This policy 
> details the process that potential registrars must follow to 
> gain authorisation from the Domain Name Commission ("DNC") in 
> order to access the shared registry system ("SRS"), as per 
> the Authorisation Agreement.
> http://dnc.org.nz/story/30310-29-1.html
> 
> Launch of .PARIS
> Yesterday, hundreds of sweaty ICANN attendees put on their 
> best clothes and braved the crush of the rush hour metro on a 
> very hot day to crush together for the ICANN gala at the 
> overwrought Hotel de Ville (city hall) in Paris.
> http://www.circleid.com/posts/86262_launch_of_paris_domain_icann/
> 
> Dot TK - Free domain names with no strings attached [news 
> release] Dot TK, the registry for .TK domain names, today 
> announced the launch of its free .TK domain name registration 
> system during the 32nd ICANN meeting in Paris. ICANN is the 
> US-based, not-for-profit partnership of people from around 
> the world dedicated to keeping the Internet secure, stable 
> and interoperable.
> http://www.domainpulse.com/2008/06/29/dot-tk-free-domain-names
> -with-no-strings-attached/
> http://www.domainnews.com/en/general/dot-tk-free-domain-names-
> with-no-strings-attached.html
> 
> Russia to create Internet addresses in Cyrillic [AFP] Russia 
> will be able to create its first Internet addresses using the 
> Cyrillic alphabet next year, communications ministry official 
> Vladimir Vassiliev told Interfax news agency on Sunday.
> http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2008/06/30/1214677908635.html
> http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2008/06/30/1214677908635.html
> http://www.todayonline.com/articles/262333.asp
> 
> uk: Changes to the Nominet Dispute Resolution Service We are 
> introducing modifications to our Dispute Resolution Service 
> (DRS) following two public consultations.
> http://www.nominet.org.uk/news/latest/?contentId=5251
> 
> **********************
>  - DNS SECURITY
> **********************
> Concerted EU efforts are needed to avoid a ?digital 9/11? and 
> combat cyber threats With the publication of its Annual 
> General Report, ENISA, the EU Agency for European Network and 
> Information Security, highlighted key online security issues 
> in Europe, showcasing how it helps to counter cyber attacks, 
> spam and risks associated with online social networking. The 
> Agency has already issued a position paper aimed at corporate 
> and political decision-makers as well as Social Network 
> application-providers: "Security Issues and Recommendations 
> for Online Social Networks".
> http://www.saferinternet.org/ww/en/pub/insafe/news/articles/06
> 08/enisa.htm
> 
> VeriSign Expands Internet Infrastructure in Europe with New 
> Sites in Paris & Brussels [news release] VeriSign announced 
> additional infrastructure deployments in Europe with new 
> sites in Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium to fortify its 
> Internet infrastructure.
> http://www.verisign.com/press_releases/pr/page_043950.html
> 
> **********************
>  - DOMAIN DISPUTES
> **********************
> CADNA?s London Forum: Curbing International Domain Name 
> Abuses [news release] This past Thursday, the Coalition 
> Against Domain Name Abuse (CADNA) held its London Online 
> Brand Abuses and Internet Governance Education Forum. Broad 
> in its geographical scope, the forum welcomed companies from 
> the US, UK, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland, with half 
> of the attendees representing Global 500 companies. These 
> attendees came together because of concerns over issues such 
> as online brand dilution and the often-ineffective governance 
> of ICANN.
> http://www.cadna.org/en/newsroom/press-releases/london-forum
> 
> Premiership tackles Ukranian football streaming site The 
> Premier League has won control over the domain 
> premiershiplive.net, which has been used to offer an 
> unauthorised subscription football streaming service.
> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/06/27/premiership_domain_wipo/
> 
> Cybersquatters target Euro 2008 gamblers Online speculators 
> are increasingly attempting to take advantage of fans wanting 
> to gamble on the Euro 2008 tournament, according to a new report.
> http://www.netimperative.com/news/2008/june/9/cybersquatters-t
> arget-euro-2008-gamblers
> 
> Problems In Cyberspace Can Cause Real World Hurt Internet 
> problems are not esoteric, theoretical issues in Cyberspace. 
> Indeed, they can have real world implications. For example, 
> as recently reported by The Washington Post, the Hatch 
> Nuclear Power Plant in Georgia was forced into an emergency 
> shutdown for two days subsequent to the installation of a 
> software update on just one computer that operated the 
> plant's business network.
> http://mondaq.com/article.asp?articleid=62212
> 
> Businessman upset over "cybersquatting"
> When Bob Yura started the process to launch a Web site for 
> his business, he thought it would be an easy way for Barnegat 
> Funeral Home to reach prospective customers.
> http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080628/BUSINES
> S/806280363
> 
> .UK Registry Nominet Gets Nominet.com
> Registry for United Kingdom domain names gets .com version of 
> its name through UDRP.
> http://domainnamewire.com/2008/06/28/uk-registry-nominet-gets-
> nominetcom/
> 
> Arbitration Panel Punts on All.com
> All.com domain dispute denied by WIPO panel; forgery claims 
> too much to handle.
> http://domainnamewire.com/2008/06/26/arbitration-panel-punts-o
> n-allcom/
> 
> us: Board sues in cybersquatting case
> The Iberia Parish Fire Protection District is suing one of 
> its employees for allegedly trying to claim the fire 
> district?s Web site domain name as his own and thereby 
> barring the district from using it.
> http://www.2theadvocate.com/news/acadiana/21897824.html
> 
> **********************
>  - IPv4/IPv6
> **********************
> Google?s top gun tracks the Net: Backs transition from IPv4 
> to IPv6 The year 2035 may be about three decades away for 
> common folks like us, but not for visionaries like "Father of 
> the Internet" Dr. Vinton Cerf.
> http://www.mb.com.ph/INFO20080628128373.html
> 
> Feds: We are ready for IPv6 D-Day
> On June 30, U.S. federal government officials expect to 
> declare an early victory on the IPv6 front. But they admit 
> that meeting their much-heralded June 30 deadline for IPv6 
> compatibility is just the opening salvo of a long-term battle 
> to get their networks ready for the Internet of the future.
> http://www.networkworld.com/news/2008/062608-ipv6-federal-gove
> rnment.html
> 
> Who Needs IPv6?
> On Monday June 30th, the U.S. Government mandate for IPv6 
> readiness comes into effect. Years ago, when I first became 
> aware of the mandate, I thought that this would be the day 
> that IPv6 would finally come to the American mainstream. I was wrong.
> http://www.internetnews.com/commentary/article.php/3755706
> 
> **********************
>  - MISCELLANEOUS
> **********************
> GoDaddy Hits 30 Million Domains Registered Web domain 
> registrar GoDaddy announced that it has hit a milestone of 30 
> million domains registered. The 30 millionth domain 
> registered with the company was RulesOfSaving.com. GoDaddy 
> says that the 30 million number is an industry record.
> http://www.i4u.com/article18531.html
> 
> ARIN Board Adopts Three Policy Proposals [news release] On 20 
> June 2008 the ARIN Board of Trustees adopted three policy proposals:
> http://www.arin.net/announcements/20080624.html
> 
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> 
> (c) David Goldstein 2008
> 
> 
>  ---------
> 
> 
> David Goldstein
> address: 4/3 Abbott Street
> COOGEE NSW 2034
> AUSTRALIA
> email: Goldstein_David &#167;yahoo.com.au
> phone: +61 418 228 605 (mobile); +61 2 9665 5773 (home)
> 
> 
> "Every time you use fossil fuels, you're adding to the 
> problem. Every time you forgo fossil fuels, you're being part 
> of the solution" - Dr Tim Flannery
> 
> 
> 
>       Get the name you always wanted with the new y7mail 
> email address.
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