[LINK] Democrats launch anti-filtering site

Kim Holburn kim at holburn.net
Thu May 21 01:37:38 EST 2009


On 2009/May/20, at 3:47 PM, Stilgherrian wrote:

> On 20/05/2009, at 9:31 PM, Lea de Groot wrote:
>> Actually, what it comes down to is that if you put a site on the
>> domain that matches the name - you are pretty much golden.
>> A few years ago the rules as stated applied really strictly.
>> Now they have been loosened up so that its ok to park them
>> (unfortunately)
>> All a political party really needs to put together a site on a com.au
>> domain is
>> * an ABN
>> * an idea for the site
>> That'll cover it.
>
> It's even easier than that.
>
> If you have an ABN, you can pretty much register any .com.au domain
> you like by saying "It's the name of a project we're doing". No-one
> looks at the "justification" for a domain name any more. They haven't
> for years,
>
> This is one of the reasons I get irritated with Linkers who seem to
> live in the past, and spout at "the rules" what was maybe relevant a
> decade ago. [eor]

That'd be me I suppose ;-)  In the meantime those rules/policies are  
still up on the auda website.  Do they ignore their own rules?




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