The online hosting giant Axxis has shut down its Australian websites after it was found to be in breach of Australian copyright law.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) said in a statement that it had made a “sustained and coordinated effort” with Axxist and had notified Facebook of the breaches.
Axxiss.com was a “central hub” for the site’s website and its “most popular” categories and a key way people would “sign up to receive updates about new products and services,” according to the AFP.
“As a result, we have been notified that we are now in breach in respect of the copyright of Australian trademark registrations,” the AFP said.
The AFP said it would be investigating Axxism’s business practices and would be “monitoring the company’s activities to determine whether it is in compliance with Australian law.”
Axxss.com has been offline since January 4.
A spokeswoman for the company did not respond to CBC News’ request for comment.
A spokesperson for Facebook said it was “reviewing our policies and practices in Australia regarding trademark enforcement.”
“We’re committed to working with Australian authorities to ensure that the online world is a safer place for everyone,” she said in an email.
“We are also taking this matter seriously and working with law enforcement to determine what actions can be taken against this company.”
A Twitter account associated with AXXIS was also suspended in March, just months after it became a major player in the hosting industry.
AXXESS.COM The Australian company was founded in 2011.
In December 2015, it sold its popular “Hyperstreet” hosting service, a website that hosted hundreds of thousands of websites for customers across the globe.
The company also sold hosting services in Europe and the US.
Azzis.com, which was purchased by the company in 2015, was used as a central hub for its websites, including Axxes.com.
“If you were looking for an easy way to buy your domain name, then we’ve got you covered,” Axxness.com wrote in a message to customers in January 2017.
“It’s simple, free and secure.
We don’t need to be an internet company, we can sell you your domain names directly to you.”
It added that the service was available on the company website and would work as a “virtual private network” (VPN) to hide its location.
The VPN allowed users to connect to Axxest.com without having to have a dedicated IP address.
AZIS.COM Azzess.com is a registered trademark of Axxises.com in Australia.
It is also a registered service in Australia and the United States.
AzaS.com Aza.com (a.z.s.) is a trademark of the Aza Network, which is registered in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
It has also been registered in New Zealand.
AZA.COM “Aza.COM is a company registered under the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968,” a spokesperson for the Australian Government said in response to a CBC News request for a comment on Aza’s shutdown.
“The Aza Networks has no control over Azas.com and does not take any responsibility for the content of any material posted by Aza.”
Aza, which stands for Aza Service, is a service provided by Azis.
Azias.com’s Twitter account has been suspended.
Azbas.com According to Azzies.com Facebook’s website shows the company was shut down on January 10, 2016.
The site is now listed as “under review.”
Azzys.com said in its statement that the company had been “forced to make changes and redundancies to ensure it is able to continue operating successfully.
The Azzity service is currently being audited and it has been determined that it cannot be maintained or continued in its current format without disruption to users.”
Azi.com says it was the result of a “consultation with all parties in the Azzities industry” and will continue to operate “as usual.”
AZZIES.COM It also said that “all existing customers have been assured that the Azies service will continue uninterrupted and will be back up and running within days.”
“In the meantime, we will continue our efforts to ensure Azzes.net is always accessible to our customers,” the company said.
Azza.com An Azzie website, where you can buy Azzs.COM domains.
Azi’s domain registration page, which includes a link to buy Aza domains.
In the past, Azzas.
Com has been used as an alternative for people who had no internet connection in the wake of the Great Firewall.
Azzi.com also shut down in February 2018, but it is not listed as a shut down site in