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Australian Net Filter Protest Site Returns

January 5th, 2010 01:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “The Stephen Conroy ‘Minister for Fascism’ website, whose stephenconroy.com.au domain was forced offline by the Australian Domain Name Administrator, has now reclaimed the name after the initial 14-day injunction expired. During those 14 days, the protesters managaed to comply with the Australian domain name registration criteria. However, contrary to auDA’s own rules and contrary to public quotes by the auDA CEO, the protesters were continually refused the domain. Now, however, it seems that they have unequivocally shown that they have the right to the domain and have re-registered it.”

Source: Australian Net Filter Protest Site Returns

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