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网络研讨会:WHOIS 准确度报告体系第 2 阶段第 2 周期报告

2016 年 6 月 8 日,ICANN 现发布 WHOIS 准确度报告体系 (ARS) 第 2 阶段第 2 周期报告。ICANN 将于世界协调时 2016 年 6 月 16 日召开互动式网络研讨会,审核研究结果及其对社群所带来的影响。

第 2 周期报告是第 2 阶段第 1 周期报告的跟踪报告,后者已于 2015 年 12 月发布。在第 2 周期内,ICANN 对新通用顶级域中的 WHOIS 记录样本的句法(格式)和可操作性(例如:电子邮件是否有效?或电话是否能够拨通?)的整体准确性进行了衡量。其结论包括基于对以下内容的比较:

  • 注册服务机构认证协议(《2009 RAA》和《2013 RAA》)
  • 顶级域类型(例如:新通用顶级域或“传统”通用顶级域)
  • 第 1 周期至第 2 周期间数据的趋势走向
  • 准确度的区域差异,包括两套新版的次级分析:各个地区出现错误的理由、以及语言文字类型和准确度的对比

2012 年的 WHOIS 审核团队提出要加强对 WHOIS 项目的监督的建议,鉴于此,ICANN 启动了 WHOIS 准确度报告体系。ICANN 承诺要积极识别潜在的通用顶级域 WHOIS 错误联系数据,并将潜在错误记录发送给通用顶级域注册服务机构,供其调查和跟踪。准确度报告体系对违规问题提供了信息(基于可适用的《注册服务机构认证协议》)。ICANN 合规团队则使用这类信息对可能出现错误记录的注册服务机构进行跟踪。


日期 / 时间:世界协调时 2016 年 6 月 16 日 14:30 - 15:30 时



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本次网络研讨会将以英文召开。会议录音将在 WHOIS 网站的知识中心页面发布:


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