A member of auDA, the organisation that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has lodged a freedom of information request with the Department of Communications and the Arts over what he claims are membership irregularities, where individuals who were Supply-related were granted Demand Class membership.
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.
The Policy Review Panel of the Australian domain administrator, auDA, has raised the hackles of some members by deciding, at an 8 June meeting, to delete past consultations of the panel.
Thank you Sam - been noticing the pro-war propagandist scum hard at work all over Newscorp's media outlets too.And people[…]
"Exfiltration" is clearly the wrong word to describe copying "read-only" files from a server. Please, let's stop mangling the English[…]
Happy birthday, JS!
If you squeeze harder you can always get a bit more juice from a lemon. But it’s still a lemon.
Let me guess, they don't routinely purge personal data from former clients?