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auDA seeks public comment on allowing domain name registrations directly under ‘.au’

21 May 2015

World Trademark Review
In a move that reflects a growing trend towards opening up new internet real estate in a booming market, a Names Policy Panel was recently constituted by the Australian domain name registry, auDA, and has released a first Issues Paper considering and seeking public comment on the idea of allowing domain name registrations directly under the second-level ‘.au’ TLD. Currently, only second-level extensions, such as ‘.com.au’ and ‘.net.au’, are available in the Australian domain name space.

The team

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