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auDA’s new domain name licensing rules

Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by equity78, Apr 22, 2021

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  1. equity78

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    What is auDA?

    The .au Domain Administration Limited (auDA) is the administrator and policy body for the .au country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD).

    Is your domain name affected?

    The Licensing Rules affect .au namespaces created, transferred or renewed after 12 April 2021. Existing domain name licences expiring after 12 April 2021 continue to be governed by the licensing rules applicable at the time of registration or last renewal until the current licence period ends.

    Rules for registering a .au domain name

    When applying for a licence for .au domain name, registrants must:

    1. have an Australian presence
    2. satisfy any eligibility and allocation criteria for the namespace.
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