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Changements proposés du WHOIS de .CAT

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Annonce Forum: Période de commentaire ouvert Date: 20 janvier 2012
Catégories/Étiquette: Accords de partie contractée
Objectif (Brief):

L'ICANN ouvre aujourd'hui sa période de commentaires publics portant sur la demande de changement de son Whois conformément à la législation de protection de données des Etats-Unis. La période de commentaires publics s'achèvera le 3 mars 2012.

Le registre .cat a été soumis à un processus d´évaluation de service de registre (Registry Service Evaluation Process - RSEP) en août 2011.

A ce moment là, l'ICANN a effectué une révision préliminaire en accord avec la politique d'évaluation des services de registres et les processus établis à La révision préliminaire de l'ICANN (basée sur l'information fournie) n'a identifié aucun problème de concurrence, de sécurité ou de stabilité significatif.

La mise en œuvre de la demande requiert une modification de l'accord de registre .cat signé le 23 septembre 2005. Le forum public fait appel à des commentaires concernant la modification proposée.

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