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  1. #11
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    Re: Info about Australian Bio Diesel Industry

    Yes it does go to a Foxtel page. The Web address is correct, perhaps Foxtel have 'hacked' the BSS site?
    Another alternative is that BAA have sold their URL to Foxtel.

    Curiouser and curioser.

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    '84 Mercedes 300D. 1 tank, no conversion. Replaced engine with rebuilt OM617A turbodiesel engine. Finally had good power. Donor for current Fatmobile coupe. (body parted out and carcass sold for scrap.)
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    Re: Info about Australian Bio Diesel Industry

    When you puzzle about what is happening to a website, or want to know who is behind it, you can do a WHOIS lookup by checking the registration details at http://whois.ausregistry.com.au.

    It looks to me like the domain name has expired and been taken over by a holding group. I suspect they have nothing to do with Foxtel. It has limited obvious links on the page, and is mostly text and images - it's a holding page to make the domain name look like it is being used and unavailable to others to register. When I viewed the source code I found one link - to http://comparetoday.com.au/compare-foxtel-packages/

    I 'think' the idea is that you contact the current Domain Owner via a WHOIS lookup, as below, say you want to use the domain name, they sell it to you for a fee, then it can be used again for it's legitimate purpose.




    Domain Name biodiesel.org.au
    Registrar ID drop.com.au
    Registrar Name Drop.com.au Pty Ltd
    Status ok
    Registrant TECHNOLOGY PUBLISHING NETWORK
    Registrant ID OTHER 159773118
    Eligibility Type Non-profit Organisation
    Registrant Contact ID D8_1950_0
    Registrant Contact Name Domain Manager
    Registrant Contact Email mail@technology-publishing-network.com.au
    Tech Contact ID D8_1950_0
    Tech Contact Name Domain Manager
    Tech Contact Email mail@technology-publishing-network.com.au
    Last edited by Tim-HJ61; 28th January 2014 at 11:17 AM. Reason: inserted some links

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