It looks like the defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, is running low on funds. Nothing else can account for the surfacing of its executive director Peter Jennings on the opinion pages of The Australian, conjuring up a fictional version of a Chinese bid to grab Taiwan.
The auDA Foundation, supported by .au domain authority auDA, is offering five $40,000 competitive grants for new education or research projects that enhance the utility of the Internet in the areas of digital inclusion (with an emphasis on First Nations peoples), cyber security for small business, and Internet access for young Australians.
Domain names administrator auDA is launching a new domain - .au direct - which it says will complement the existing suite of Australian namespaces, for example com.au and org.au.
.au domain administrator auDA's new .au licensing framework means there are changes to the rules governing the com.au, net.au, org.au, asn.au, edu.au, and state and territory namespaces.
Domain names administrator and registrar auDA has a new Licence Review Panel designed to provide an external point of escalation for complaints under the new .au licensing rules, which come into effect on 12 April 2021.
Australia's ccTLD administrator auDA has appointed Sophie Mitchell as its chief communications officer.
The Australian Government-owned defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, appears to have spent oodles of American money on studies that are virulently anti-China, raising serious doubts over Canberra's claim that it has not picked a side in the battle for supremacy between the two global giants.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, says rules for the com.au, net.au, org.au and asn.au namespaces will change on 12 April 2021 after they were approved by the auDA board at a meeting on 10 November.
A survey conducted for .au administrator auDA about Australians' attitudes towards various top-level and second-level domains yielded some interesting results.
The defence industry lobby group Australian Strategic Policy Institute is acting to ratchet up tensions with Australia's major trading partner China and using funds it gets from the Federal Government for this purpose, more than $20 million at last count, the Australian arm of the Chinese telecommunications equipment company Huawei Technologies says in a strongly-worded blog post.
The only logical conclusion that one can draw from the latest inspired effort from the defence industry lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute — calling for ISPs to provide a clean Internet — is that the good people at this institute have been smoking some very strong stuff.
The defence industry-funded lobby group, the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, has many shortcomings. But it has numerous strong points too, chief among which is its unceasing ability to spread misinformation, propaganda and heighten the fear index in society.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, will vote on a move to give its directors a hefty pay rise at its forthcoming annual general meeting, with the total targeted figure being $580,000.
The Federal Government does not appear to be overly exercised about reports that Cameron Boardman, the former chief executive of auDA, the Australian domain name administrator, faces accusations of falsifying his academic record and then misleading an investigation into it, before he quit the organisation in July.
The chairman of the board of auDA, Chris Leptos, has quit his post, but the organisation, which oversees the Australian domain namespace, has given no reason for the sudden departure.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has lost its auhq.com.au domain name which was not renewed when it expired and was snapped up by a private buyer.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has confirmed to iTWire that it is investigating the domain name company.com.au following a number of complaints, but has stayed mum on the nature of its investigation.
The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, has written to the Department of Communications, seeking to end the practice of it having an overseer role with the organisation.
The board of auDA, the body that administers the Australian domain namespace, will meet on Monday to consider policies proposed to govern the distribution of direct .au registration and also when to open it up for registration, something the organisation put off in April last year.
auDA, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, has dropped some of the policy changes it had proposed following a meeting on Monday, after a detailed response to them from the Internet Commerce Association.
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