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Informe inicial del equipo responsable de la segunda etapa del Proceso Expeditivo de Desarrollo de Políticas (EPDP) sobre la Especificación Temporaria para los Datos de Registración de los gTLD

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Fecha de apertura: 7 de febrero de 2020 Fecha de cierre: 23 de marzo de 2020
Organización de origen: Organización de Apoyo para Nombres Genéricos (GNSO)
Categorías/etiquetas:
  • Acuerdos con partes contratadas
  • Desarrollo de políticas
  • Privacidad
  • Dominios de alto nivel
Breve descripción general:

El propósito de este periodo de comentario público es obtener los aportes de la comunidad sobre el informe inicial del equipo responsable de la segunda etapa del EPDP sobre la Especificación Temporaria para los Datos de Registración de los gTLD. El equipo responsable de la segunda etapa del EPDP tiene la tarea de evaluar un Sistema Estandarizado de Acceso/Divulgación (SSAD) para los datos de registración de gTLD sin carácter público.

El equipo responsable del EPDP llevará a cabo un seminario web el jueves 13 de febrero a las 14:00 UTC. El seminario web comprende una reseña del informe inicial e instrucciones para presentar comentarios públicos. Quienes deseen participar del seminario web pueden enviar un correo electrónico a gnso-secs@icann.org.

Enlace: https://www.icann.org/public-comments/epdp-phase-2-initial-2020-02-07-en

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