Government Objects to Dot Charity Domain

10 Nov 2012 3:16 PM | AuSAE Admin (Administrator)

The Federal Government has objected to applications from two international venture capital companies to own and operate the global internet domain name, DOT charity. (.charity) The Government’s objections cover two applications for the global top-level domain via ICAAN, the US based international body that oversees the top-level domain process, in its latest Government Advisory Committee (GAC) Early Warning notice. Dr Bruce Tonkin, the chief strategy officer at Melbourne IT says the Australian objections state that there is the potential to misuse the domain name in any ongoing fundraising efforts. For More Information


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