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针对国际政府间组织和非政府间组织的补救权利保护机制一题的 GNSO 政策制定流程召开网络研讨会

现诚邀大家参加将于世界协调时 2017 年 2 月 7 日 14:00 时召开的互动网络研讨会,讨论通用名称支持组织 (GNSO) 政策制定工作组针对国际政府间组织 (IGO) 和国际非政府间组织 (INGO) 使用域名争议解决流程一题所公开发布的初步建议。该工作组针对《初步报告》启动的公共评议期(将于 2017 年 3 月 1 日关闭。


  • 是否需要调整统一域名争议解决政策 (UDRP) 或统一快速中止程序 (URS) 来应对 IGO 和 INGO 的特殊需求;
  • 在没有商标权的情况下,IGO 如何能够出示证据从而通过 UDRP 或 URS 提交投诉;
  • 一份《政策指南》文件,旨在澄清 UDRP 和 URS 的对 IGO 的适用范围;和
  • 在对 UDRP 和 URS 的决定提出申诉时,IGO 对潜在司法豁免权问题进行的考量。


日期——2017 年 2 月 7 日
时间——世界协调时 14:00,会长 60 分钟



本次网络研讨会将以英文召开。网络研讨会的录音和文稿将在会后发布在 GNSO 网站上。

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