A survey conducted for .au administrator auDA about Australians' attitudes towards various top-level and second-level domains yielded some interesting results.
A lone individual, Robert Elz, managed the domain name system for the .au domain from the time Australia hooked up to the Internet until he was forced to pass it over to a the current organisation, auDA, in 2001.
The new membership model unveiled a few days ago by auDA, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, is an unabashed attempt to gain more power and quash any individuals who dare to dissent.
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