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网络研讨会:WHOIS 准确度报告体系 2017 年 6 月报告

洛杉矶——2017 年 7 月 6 日——互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, ICANN) 于今日宣布 ICANN 将于 2017 年 7 月 20 日召开一次互动网络研讨会,审核"WHOIS 准确度报告体系 2017 年 6 月报告"的结果,该报告已于 2017 年 6 月 12 日发布。


  • 本轮 WHOIS 报告所用的方法。
  • WHOIS 准确度的地区差异。
  • 各类报告提供的趋势。
  • 一套新的互动数据展示工具还将供社群用户所用。
  • 合同合规最新资讯。
  • 本报告发表后的后续步骤。

最新版的报告将作为已于 2016 年 12 月发布的《WHOIS ARS 第 2 期第 3 轮报告:句法和可操作性准确度》一文的后续报告。这份报告从 ICANN 的不同地区的角度,对注册服务机构认证协议 (Registrar Accreditation Agreements, RAA) 进行了比较(2009 版 RAA 对比 2013 版 RAA);并在顶级域类型之间进行了比较(例如:新 gTLD 对比传统 gTLD)。


日期:2017 年 7 月 20 日
时间:15:00 - 16:00 UTC
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本次网络研讨会将以英文召开。会议录音将发布在 WHOIS 网站的知识中心页面上:

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