The au Domain Administration, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, will vote on a move to give its directors a hefty pay rise at its forthcoming annual general meeting, with the total targeted figure being $580,000.
The Federal Government does not appear to be overly exercised about reports that Cameron Boardman, the former chief executive of auDA, the Australian domain name administrator, faces accusations of falsifying his academic record and then misleading an investigation into it, before he quit the organisation in July.
The chairman of the board of auDA, Chris Leptos, has quit his post, but the organisation, which oversees the Australian domain namespace, has given no reason for the sudden departure.
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