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PRP Final Report – Section 3.3 – Resale and Warehousing

Discussion in 'Domain News' started by Rhythm, Mar 28, 2019.

  1. Rhythm

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    https://bit.ly/2OttpS8
     
  2. Bacon Farmer

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    You seem surprised?

    Rob was used and discarded when he had served his purpose.

    They didn't even leave a note when they snuck out in the middle of the night.
     
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  3. Andrew Wright

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  4. Rhythm

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    Comment on Domainer.com.au:

     
  5. Lucky

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    Dropcatchers are in effect they are the biggest "domainers" of all.

    Do they not legally acquire domains on a daily basis for the "primary purpose" of resale and transfer to another entity? That's proposed auDA policy I'm quoting.

    Don't get me wrong; nothing wrong with that. Dropcatchers like Drop and Netfleet are necessary to the eco system of domain trading, and similar businesses can be found in abundance in other TLD's / ccTLDS. Yet Australia's regulator suddenly wants to punish some of the local dropcatchers customers? Something very wrong there.
     
  6. snoopy

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    I don't know that they ever legally take ownership of those names? This will effect drop catchers as it will push prices down further.
     
  7. Rhythm

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  8. Bacon Farmer

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    Mind blowing stupidity.

    Too little too late.

    The time to vote was at the last elections.

     
  9. nt81

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    Good work on the automated submissions from vote.com.au not sure how my business ended up on your mail list but kudos.
     
  10. findtim

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    ? nobody could vote !

    tim, it was a farce, you should have seen the look on there faces throughout..........."bla bla bla bla , all those in favour" and only the board can vote ......." unaminious " , "bla bla bla bla extended terms , all those in favour" , " unaminious "
    tim
     
  11. Bacon Farmer

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    I want to know how the auDA board got away with allowing the foreign employees of an auDA supplier, determine the outcome of the Australian domain system.

    One email address was used for all of the Affilias employees.

    Therefore all employees had access to everyone elses voting link, right Mr Chairman?

    Those votes were tainted. Give youself a probity check.