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cyberlaw:dns [2019/01/25 11:43]
witta
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131.181.11.107 [Regulating the Domain Name System]
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 ## Domain Names ## Domain Names
  
-DNS stands for Domain Name System ("​DNS"​). The DNS translates a domain name, which is the text that you type into a web browser to get to the website of your choice such as facebook.com,​ google.com or qut.edu.au, to its corresponding IP address, which is the unique series of numbers assigned to each device on the Internet. For example, facebook.com'​s IP address is [[173.252.120.6|173.252.120.6]]. Since domain name are relatively simple and comprise largely easy-to-remember words, the Domain Name System plays an important role in making the internet more accessible to users. ​+DNS stands for Domain Name System ("​DNS"​). The DNS translates a domain name, which is the text that you type into a web browser to get to the website of your choice such as facebook.com,​ google.com or qut.edu.au, to its corresponding IP address, which is the unique series of numbers assigned to each device on the Internet. For example, facebook.com'​s IP address is '[[173.252.120.6|173.252.120.6]]'. Since domain name are relatively simple and comprise largely easy-to-remember words, the Domain Name System plays an important role in making the internet more accessible to users. ​
  
 ### The Domain Name Structure ### The Domain Name Structure
  
 Domain names, like _qut.edu.au_,​ have three main levels: Domain names, like _qut.edu.au_,​ have three main levels:
-  * Top level domain (LTD) - e.g. '​.au'​+  * Top level domain (TLD) - e.g. '​.au'​
   * Second level domain (2LD) - e.g. '​.edu'​   * Second level domain (2LD) - e.g. '​.edu'​
   * Third level domain (3LD) - e.g. '​qut'​   * Third level domain (3LD) - e.g. '​qut'​
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 In several decisions, the use of domain names has been held to contravene ss 52 (misleading and deceptive conduct) and/or 53 (misrepresentations of the //Trade Practices Act 1974// (Cth) ("​TPA"​) ​ - now ss 18 and 29 of the Australian Consumer Law (//​Competition and Consumer Act 2010// (Cth) Schedule 2) respectively). In these cases, courts have made orders requiring all necessary steps to be taken to transfer, cancel or de-register the disputed domain name. In several decisions, the use of domain names has been held to contravene ss 52 (misleading and deceptive conduct) and/or 53 (misrepresentations of the //Trade Practices Act 1974// (Cth) ("​TPA"​) ​ - now ss 18 and 29 of the Australian Consumer Law (//​Competition and Consumer Act 2010// (Cth) Schedule 2) respectively). In these cases, courts have made orders requiring all necessary steps to be taken to transfer, cancel or de-register the disputed domain name.
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 * //Macquarie Bank Ltd v Seagle// [2008] FCA 1417 – registrant breached TPA s 52 in registering domain names related to Macquarie Bank  in .com, .net and .us domains * //Macquarie Bank Ltd v Seagle// [2008] FCA 1417 – registrant breached TPA s 52 in registering domain names related to Macquarie Bank  in .com, .net and .us domains
  
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