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ICANN 已与 Iron Mountain Intellectual Property Management, Inc. 完成协商并达成协议,该公司将按照注册服务商数据托管 (RDE) 计划提供托管服务。ICANN 按照今年年初结束的建议征求竞标流程选择了 Iron Mountain。

根据注册服务商委任协议 (RAA) 的数据托管规定,所有 ICANN 委任的注册服务商必须通过 ICANN Iron Mountain 的安排或由经 ICANN 批准的 RDE 服务第三方供应商定期提交其 gTLD 注册数据的副本。注册服务商委任协议终止后,或者委任协议到期后,托管数据将交给 ICANN,无需更新来帮助失效注册服务商向另一个注册服务商进行注册迁移。ICANN 计划在未来六个月将所有委任注册服务商纳入到 RDE 计划。

“大多数 ICANN 委任的注册服务商服务水平高,富有诚信。”ICANN 总裁兼首席执行官 Paul Twomey 博士说到。“但是我们注意到,表现欠佳的注册服务商可能会对注册人造成巨大伤害。ICANN 的注册服务商数据托管计划为注册人提供了重要的附加保护。”

ICANN 和 Iron Mountain 将立即开始 RDE 计划中的注册服务商登记工作。选择使用 Iron Mountain 托管业务的注册服务商需要与 ICANN 和 Iron Mountain 达成标准协议 [PDF, 417 KB]。想要进行第三方 (TPP) 资格申请的托管代理需要仔细阅读 ICANN TPP 许可标准 [PDF, 21K] 和 TPP 许可流程图 [PDF, 121 KB],并将完整填写的 TPP 申请表 [PDF, 21 KB, MS Word, 61 KB] 提交给 ICANN。所有注册服务商和托管代理必须符合 ICANN 的 RDE 规定 [PDF, 335 KB]。

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