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Communauté de l’ICANN pour Rencontre et Accueil à Washington, le 10 Janvier

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En tant que membre de la communauté de l'ICANN, vous êtes invité à assister à une "rencontre et accueil" avec le président de l'ICANN et PDG Rod Beckstrom à Washington. Mr. Beckstrom sera dans la ville dans le cadre des efforts continus de l'ICANN pour sensibiliser l'ouverture du lancement du procédé d'application le 12 janvier pour nouveau générique des domaines du plus haut niveau (gTLDs).

Nous espérons que vous pourrez nous rejoindre pour rencontrer les collègues de la communauté Internet et discuter sur la prochaine évolution passionnante d'Internet.

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Rencontre et accueil avec le PDG de L'ICANN Rod Beckstrom
Mardi, 10 Janvier, 2012
18h00 à 20h00
The Atrium Room, Old Ebbitt Grill (cash bar)
675 15th Street, NW
Washington, District 20005
www.ebbitt.com


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