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".
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.
Tim Connell, a director of auDA, the organisation that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has resigned from the board, citing the approval of 955 foreign-based new members which he said potentially handed over control of the organisation to industry.
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