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从“.MEET”的《注册管理机构协议》中移除可搜索 WHOIS 服务

论坛公告: 公共评议期开放日 日期: 2015 年 10 月 22 日
  • 顶级域
  • 二级域
  • 签约方协议
  • 安全性/稳定性

2015 年 9 月 3 日,".MEET"顶级域注册管理运行机构、谷歌注册管理机构中的 Charleston Road Registry Inc.公司提交了一份《注册管理机构服务评估政策 (RSEP)》,请求在".MEET"的《注册管理机构协议》"附件 A"(获批服务)中移除"可搜索 WHOIS 服务"。

根据 RSEP 的要求,ICANN 已对该 RSEP 提案进行了初步审核,确定该提案是否可能导致重大竞争、安全或稳定问题。ICANN 的初步审核(基于现已提供的信息)中并未发现这类问题。

鉴于 ICANN 的初步审核决定中确定该提案并不会导致重大竞争性、安全性或稳定性问题,并决定提案中的调整项将需要对相应《注册管理机构协议》进行实质性修改,因而需要制定一套协议修订案以确保本调整项得以生效。

拟定修订案提议在".MEET"的《注册管理机构协议》的"附件 A"(获批服务)中移除"可搜索 WHOIS 服务",目前该提案正在征询公众意见。


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