The method followed by auDA, the Australian organisation that manages the .au namespace, for voting at general meetings appears to be skewed towards the existing management as the votes of members are weighted differently depending on the outcome.
Motions to remove three directors of auDA, the Australian domain administration, at a special general meeting held on Friday have been rejected by the membership, the organisation says.
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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