auDA to undertake comprehensive review of all policies

Posted On October 3, 2017
In Domain Names, Governance of Cyberspace / Reply

The Board of the policy authority and industry self-regulatory body for the .au domain space, auDA, has established a Policy Review Panel to advise on what it calls “the most substantial changes to the .au domain name space in 30 years”.

According to the Terms of Reference, the Panel’s role is two-fold:

  1. to recommend a mechanism for implementation of direct registration; and
  2. to review and reform all existing auDA policies (other than the policies on dispute resolution and on education).

The Panel is chaired by John Swinson, partner King & Wood Mallesons.  Other members of the Panel are:

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