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Cambios Propuestos para el WHOIS .CAT

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Anuncio del foro: El período de comentarios abre el Fecha: 20 de enero del 2012
Categorías/etiquetas: Acuerdos de partes contratadas
Propósito (resumen):

ICANN está abriendo hoy el período de comentarios públicos para abordar la solicitud de la Fundación puntCAT de cambiar su WHOIS, de acuerdo a la legislación de protección de datos de la Unión Europea. El período de comentarios públicos cerrará el día 3 de marzo del 2012.

El registro .cat ha presentado un Proceso de Evaluación de Servicios de Registros (RSEP) en agosto del 2011.

En este momento, ICANN ha conducido una revisión preliminar conforme a la Política y Proceso de Evaluación de Servicios de Registros establecidos en el siguiente enlace http://www.icann.org/registries/rsep/rsep.html. La revisión preliminar de ICANN (el cual se encuentra basado en la información proporcionada) no identificó cuestiones significativas de competencia, seguridad o estabilidad.

La implementación de lo solicitado requiere que se realice una modificación al acuerdo de registro .cat, el cual fue firmado el 23 de septiembre del 2005. Este foro público solicita sus opiniones acerca de las modificaciones propuestas.

Enlace de la Caja de Comentarios Públicos: http://www.icann.org/en/public-comment/cat-whois-changes-18jan12-en.htm

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