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.
About a quarter of a million Australian domain names which once belonged to deregistered companies or expired ABNs have not been cancelled as per the current policy of auDA, the organisation managing the .au namespace, it has been claimed.
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