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Do you agree with the Panel's Draft Recommendation 1A? Comment
Aaron Day Yes Aaron Hughes Yes Aaron Langley Yes Aaron Platt Yes Abraham Guijt Yes ABS Aluminium Facades Pty Ltd Yes I agree it will be beneficial to all. Adam Adamopoulos Yes Adam Atkinson Yes Adam Atkinson Yes Adam Baxter Yes
Adam Biviano No
It would seem that many only want this because their preferred .com.au domain is already taken. It would reduce the ability to selectively open up .au sub domains in the future for special reasons. It would only increase the number of domains a business will need to register to ensure their customers can find them without confusion.
Adam Busch Yes Adam Dennis Yes Adam Ferris No Adam Fitzgerald Yes Adam Goryachev No Adam Guerin Yes
Adam Hartley No
Devalues .com.au / .net.au / etc domains. Forces companies to secure the additional equivalent .au addresses ‐‐ additional costs. Such as smallbusiness.com.au ‐> smallbusiness.au. If this goes ahead, companies/organisation that fit another more discrete category should be forced to register for that first. Eg, not for profits should use .org, government should still use .gov. Potential for more confusion / spam links such as: www.google.com.au ‐ > www.googl.ecom.au or abc.net.au ‐> ab.cnet.au people might not notice the different. If someone purchases cnet.au or ecom.au , there is no way to really police the additional A/CNAME records that they add.
Adam Hourigan Yes Adam Kinngston Yes adam lee Yes Adam lynch No Just a money grab... Not needed Adam McDowell Yes Adam McLeod Yes Adam Michael Every Yes Adam Newcombe Yes Adam Ridley Yes Adam Saunders Yes Adam Scott Yes Adam Van Haren Yes Adam Yan Yes Addison McDermid Yes Adedoyin Freeman Yes It's simpler and I don't know why we didn't do it in the first place Adeline Jordan Yes Adikaram Kohona Yes Aditya Joshi Yes Admiral Bobo Gargle Yes Adrian Bembrick Yes Adrian Berry Yes Adrian Brock Yes Adrian Cafarella Yes
Adrian Cedric Rogers Unsure What are the pros and cons involved?
Adrian Deffert Yes Reccomed a reserve period, as in other countries, where the .au is reserved for the owner of the .com.au for a period of say 3 years.
Adrian Hallewell Yes Adrian Harvey Yes Adrian Keevill Yes Adrian Knox Yes Adrian Moore Yes Adrian Saccardo Yes Adrian Scott Yes Adrian Smith Yes Adrian Tam Yes Agmin Chelates Yes Agnieszka Kozmic Yes
Ahmed I Ali Yes
By reading ur proposal of shortening the email address is very suitable and easy some time it is very hard to remember this long emails as a business owner I am of a view of simply ding and shortening is a very good option and I am very happy to go with it
Aiko bernaldez No
3 million existing registrants would be affected,all AuDA Netregistry Melbourne It and others want to do is force existing registrants into forced defence registrations. Stop trying to just make more money,
Aimee Preece Yes Ain Kuru Yes Aj Shaw Yes Ajax McKerral Yes Al Nairn Yes
Alan Aves Yes
New Zealand have already done it, and it seems to be working well for them.A bit of a pattern emerging here, with NZ beating Australia to the mark on a number of innovative changes.
ALAN CRAMER Yes alan d No Alan Gray Yes Alan Gray Yes
Alan Hamill Yes Alan Hayse Yes Alan Hodges Yes Alan Jolly Yes alan kirk Yes alan loveard Yes Alan Maxwell Yes Alan McNee No Alan Oakes Yes Alan Pengelly Yes Alan Peter McKenney No Alan Richmond Yes Alan Smith Yes Alan Smith Yes Need to give owners of current .com.au domain first rights to the .au name. Alan Smith Yes Simplicity. Alan Stewart Yes Alan Styles Yes Alan Teschendorff Yes Alan Trickett Farrar Yes Alan Walker Yes Alan Wood Yes Alan Woodman Yes Alanah Yes AlanYule Yes
Alastair Christie Yes Seems like a commonsense, straight‐forward simplification. I'm not sure what the effect on the practice of domain name piracy would be.
Alastair Wiggins Yes Albert Bonansea Yes Alberto Martinez Yes Alberto Nilsson Yes ALDEN FIELDING Yes Alec Kingham Yes Alec Posney Yes
Aleem Ali Yes Alejandra Cares Henriquez Yes Alex Angus Yes Alex Arney Yes About time :) Alex Erskine Yes Alex Favali Yes Alex Hender Yes Alex Kelly Yes Alex Lukianov Yes Alex McCullie Yes Alex Murray Yes Alex Parkinson No Alex Piva Yes alex rautebbach Yes Alex silva Yes Great idaea Alex Stephen Yes Alex Stroyov Unsure Alex Tarata Yes Alex Vari Yes Alex Vlassov Yes Let's catch up with the rest of the world. Alex von Mengersen Yes Alex Wynn Yes
Alexander (Sandy) Dunn No
While a boon for registrars, all that this does is increase cost and complexity for those already with .com.au or similar domains, as we will now be forced to register another domain in order to protect our brand.
Alexander Donaldson Yes Alexander Else No
Alexander innes Yes With the proviso that existing holders of .com.au domain name holders have a period in which they can register the corresponding .au domain
Alexander McClintock Yes Alexander Paterson Yes Alexander Sahinidis Yes alexander stuart gordon corrie Yes
Alexander Tyers Yes Alexandra Clarke Yes Alexandre Zatsepin Yes ALFRED BRAGANZA Yes Alfred de Gouveia No Alison Butcher Yes Alison ferry Yes Less misdirections, for different registrations like com, vs org alison smith Yes Alistair Birch Yes I provided this feedback when auDA was created originally. Alistair Henderson Yes Alistair Leonard Yes Alistair McNaught Yes
They say it will make it easier to remember a web sites address, but now you will have to remember is it .net.au, .com.au or .au. This will lead to Greater cost to website holders, eg I will now have to buy my sites .au name as well as .com.au that I own. You will get more scammers ripping off people by using a in valid web site thats called eg myspace.au instaed of teh real site mayspace.com.au. 99% of people GOOGLE and they dont put the web site into the address bar, in fact most people don't even know what a address bar is. so NO, leave it as it is please.
allan bartholomew Yes Allan Batts Yes
Allan Brownsdon Unsure
Unless adequate protections are put in place for existing small business holders of .com.au domains to claim the .au domain then the winners will be cybersquatters. This is especially important in relation to holders of a trademark with a name as the cost of defending their trademark from cybersquatters can be prohibitive for small business.
Allan Forsyth leslie Yes Even nicer is my address: MyCityOf.Sydney Allan Harnwell Yes Allan Hogan Yes Allan Johansen Yes Allan Kleiman Yes Allan Moult Yes
Allan Shaw Yes Allan Wood Yes Allen Darby Yes Existing Domains should be allowed to transfer at NO charge. Allister Hunziker Yes Alvin Diamond Yes Amanda Yes amanda heidke Yes Amanda Kelly Yes Ambrish Jain Yes Amie Unsure Amir Hafizovic Yes Amit Aggarwal Yes Amy Brinckley Yes Anand Singh Yes Andre Dussart Yes Is it always necessary to 'defne' the entity in a particular pigeonhole. Andre Joanisse Yes Andre von Zeppelin Yes Andrea Hehir Yes Andrea Leigh Yes Keep it simple.... Andreas Junius Yes
Andreas Koepke No
I think that the current second level com, org, asn, etc domains are descriptive and useful. Opening up direct .au registrations will just create a duplication in domain names. It forces companies to register the matching .au domain when they already have .com.au domains.
andrei swegen Yes Andrew Yes Andrew Yes Andrew Yes Andrew Baillie Yes Andrew Bauer Yes Andrew Bell Yes
Andrew Bruce McClean Yes yes, this would bring Australian registrations in line with most (if not all) OECD jurisdictions, including UK, NZ, SG, DE etc
Andrew Busch Yes Andrew Campbell Yes Andrew Campbell Yes
Andrew cheng No The opening will lead to many people register for sale, does not benefit real users of the domain names.
Andrew Clarke Yes Andrew Cooper Yes Andrew Crawford Yes
andrew crawley No
Unless there is a process put in place where current owners of .com.au domains can protect their current investments by preregistering/purchasing just creates a situation that will benefit squaters. Understand that people want to make money out of opening up the new extension, but shouldnt be done with out consideration of the impact on other parties involved.
Andrew Curran No
I vote no because I dont want my country on the website address. Most of my customers are overseas mostly America, and they wont buy from me if they find I am in A