.au Licensing Rules and .au Namespace Implementation Policy Consultation - October 2019
auDA is seeking the Australian community's input on proposed changes to the .au licensing rules and the .au Namespace Implementation Policy.
We are asking for feedback because the .au ccTLD belongs to Australia and changes to the rules for .au domains affect the Australian community.
|Consultation Outcomes Report||An overview of the outcomes of the consultation|
|Conversation Tracker||A summary of the feedback gathered from the face-to-face and online workshops facilitated by ThinkPlace in October and November 2019.|
|Key Consultation Issues||An overview of the policy issues on which we're seeking feedback|
|.au Licensing rules - consultation draft||The .au Licensing Rules including proposed changes|
|.au Namespace Implementation Rules||The current .au Implementation Rules|
|Explanatory Guide - Licensing Rules||How the .au Licensing Rules were developed and their relationship to previous published polices, PRP recommendations and auDA management additions|
|Policy Review Panel Final Report: Recommendations to the auDA Board||The report containing the Policy Review Panel's policy recommendations to the auDA Board|
|auDA Management Response: 2017 Policy Review Panel Final Report and Recommendations||auDA Management response to the Policy Review Panel, indicating which recommendations were/were not accepted and why|
How To Have Your Say
There are a number of ways you can have your say on the proposed changes to .au domain name policy.
Submissions for this phase of consultation have now closed.
Submissions and feedback
Consultation Workshop Feedback
auDA engaged strategic Design consultancy ThinkPlace to conduct a series of workshops in October 2019 to gather feedback on the key consultation issues. There were four face-to-face workshops (in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane) and three online sessions. All workshops were widely advertised and were open to the public to attend.
The document below contains the aggregated feedback gained from these workshops.
Online Survey Results
Throughout the consultation period, auDA sought public feedback on the key policy issues via an online survey accessible at aufeedback.org.au.
At the end of the consultation, all feedback will be considered by auDA's board.