Monthly Archives: March 2018

Changes to the 2017 Policy Review Panel

John Swinson, Chairman of the 2017 Policy Review Panel, today advises that the ACCC’s Paul Zawa is unfortunately unable to continue to participate in the Panel due to time constraints.Paul has been a valuable part of the Panel since September 2017 and … Continue reading

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Public submissions to Registrant Policy Issues Paper are now available

The public submissions to the 2017 Policy Review Panel’s Registrant Policy Issues Paper are now available for download.The public submissions can be accessed via Registrant Policy Issues Paper page. Continue reading

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Registry Transformation Project Update

You may have seen last December we announced Afilias had been appointed as the new .au registry operator. It’s one of the biggest changes in the history of .au.The Registry Transformation Project goals include:further enhancing the trust in the .au nam… Continue reading

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Direct Registration story on ABC News 24

ABC News 24’s ‘The Business’ last night (12/3) ran a story the proposed direct registration policy currently being considered by the Policy Review Panel.You can watch the piece on the ABC site here. Continue reading

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New Australasian Digital Cities Index will rank top cities for digital entrepreneurs

auDA is proud to announce it is funding the first phase of the Australasian Digital Cities Index.The Australasian Digital Cities Index, run by the Pearcey Centre for Innovative Industry Economic Research, will rank cities across Australia and New Zeala… Continue reading

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