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Stefano Trumpy Stefano.Trumpy a IAT.CNR.IT
Lun 5 Feb 2001 16:27:13 CET

The au Domain Administration (auDA), a nonprofit company set up in
April 1999, has received official recognition and endorsement from
the Australian Government. Created for the purpose of becoming the
first industry self-regulatory body for the .au domain name space,
auDA was required to meet a certain criteria before receiving
governmental approval:
--that it be self-funding and not-for-profit;
--be accountable to members of the Internet community on both the
supply     and demand sides;
--adopt open, transparent and consultative processes;
--aim to enhance benefits to Internet users through the promotion
of competition, fair trading and provisions for consumer
protection and support;
--establish domain name dispute resolution mechanisms; and
--represent Australian Internet industry interests in the Internet
domain name system at national and international forums.
Further information about auDA can be found on the Web at
  Stefano Trumpy
  Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
  Istituto per le Applicazioni Telematiche (IAT)
  Via V.Alfieri, 1
  56010 Ghezzano (Pisa) Italy

phone: +39 050 3152 112 (or 634)  mobile: +39 335 373423 fax: +39 050 3152113
e-mail: Stefano.Trumpy a

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