The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administers the Australian domain namespace, says it has put off changes in domain suffixes to .au until the second half of 2019 at the earliest, following a government review finding that the current management framework was no longer fit for purpose.
The man leading the push for the resignation of auDA chief executive Cameron Boardman and three directors of the organisation, including board chair Chris Leptos, claims the main issue facing auDA, the change of domains to .au, "looms over our heads like an approaching storm".
A federal government review into the au Domain Administration, the organisation administering the Australian domain namespace, has found that auDA will need to undertake significant changes if it wishes to continue in its role.
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