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Rapport initial du processus accéléré d'élaboration de politiques (EPDP) sur la spécification temporaire relative aux données d’enregistrement des gTLD – ÉTAPE 2

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Date d'ouverture : 7 février 2020 Date de clôture : 23 mars 2020
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Organisation de soutien aux extensions génériques (GNSO)
Catégories/Étiquettes :
  • Accords entre parties contractantes
  • Élaboration de politiques
  • Vie privée
  • Domaines de premier niveau
Bref aperçu :

Cette consultation publique cherche à obtenir des retours sur le rapport initial élaboré par l'équipe chargée de la deuxième étape de l'EPDP sur la spécification temporaire relative aux données d'enregistrement des gTLD. L'équipe chargée de la deuxième étape de l'EPDP a pour mission d'évaluer un système normalisé d'accès et de divulgation (SSAD) des données d'enregistrement non publiques concernant les gTLD.

L'équipe EPDP organisera un séminaire en ligne le jeudi 13 février à 14h00 UTC. Le séminaire présentera un aperçu du rapport initial, ainsi que des informations complémentaires sur les modalités pour soumettre des commentaires publics. Si vous souhaitez vous inscrire au séminaire en ligne, veuillez écrire à

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