How Should Australian Domain Name Rules Change?

.au domains might cost more than their .com equivalents, but they clearly signal an Australian presence. auDA, which sets Australian domain name rules, is weighing up a number of changes, including possible changes to registration policies and the introduction of single-letter domain names, and it wants your thoughts.

Other possible changes include allowing non-Australian residents to register .au domain names and changing the current two year registration period. The organisation is seeking comments until January 21, 2011; hit the link for details on how to make a submission.


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