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通用顶级域 (gTLD) 注册数据临时规范快速政策制定流程 (EPDP) 团队的《初步报告》现已发布


评议开放日期: 2018 年 11 月 21 日 截止日期: 2018 年 12 月 21 日
发起组织: GNSO
  • 签约方协议
  • 政策制定
  • 隐私性
  • 顶级域

通用顶级域 (gTLD) 注册数据临时规范快速政策制定流程 (EPDP) 团队的《初步报告》现已公开发布以征询公众意见。EPDP 团队的任务包括:对 gTLD 注册数据临时规范(简称"Temp Spec")进行评估,并确定这项规范是否在不做改动的情况下能够成为一项 ICANN 的共识性政策,或是仍旧需要改动,才能确保该规范符合《通用数据保护条例 (GDPR)》和其他隐私性和数据保护相关法律和规章的规定。

EPDP 团队将在世界协调时 11 月 29 日星期四 14:00 时召开一轮网络研讨会。这节网络研讨会将对这份《初步报告》进行基本介绍,并告知公众如何提交评论。如果您有意参加这节网络研讨会,请发送电子邮件至


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