The Australian domain name administrator auDA has released details of a proposed new membership and governance model which will make it impossible for members to petition for a special general meeting in order to try and remove directors whom they feel are not performing their roles.
Former auDA director Josh Rowe has issued an apology for comments made last month, in which he characterised the means used for mass recruitment of members to the organisation that manages the .au namespace as being "potential cartel behaviour".
In the run-up to the special general meeting to be held by auDA, the Australian domain administrator, on Friday, an analysis of the current membership by one member shows that just four domain name vendors control 70% of those on the rolls.
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