[LINK] new .au domain suggestions
Sun, 19 Nov 2000 11:40:41 +1100
Danny Yee <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>I think politicians own pages can be cited as showing the need for
>_some_ .au domain for people.
>She must have set up a company.
The only evidence that I had to present in order to get rogerclarke.com.au
was fill in an affidavit to the effect that I used the name.
The policy at:
suggests that I should have done a *little* more than that.
I used the words "Individual Trading Under Own Full Name", which I think I
got from somewhere on INA's (then?) Policy document.
The key words in the present document are:
"2. Types of Eligible Commercial Entities
"Only commercial entities registered and trading in Australia will be
allocated a com.au domain name. ...
"The following table lists types of eligible commercial entities. To
register a domain name for a type of entity not listed in the table, you
will need to demonstrate:
That you have the rights to the commercial name, or
That the commercial entity is registered with a recognized Government or
Type of Eligible Entity Identified by Authority
Trading Name and Legal Names ABN Australian Business Registry
No, I don't have an ABN in the name Roger Clarke.
>Maybe she didn't want to incorporate.
And rogerclarke.com has been registered by some non-Roger Clarke in Florida.
Maybe I should start one of those celebrity legal actions in order to get
it off him (:-)}
Roger Clarke http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/
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