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ICANN 和注册服务商协商小组发布 RAA 协商摘要

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在哥斯达黎加会议之前,ICANN 和注册服务商协商小组拟定了一份关于《注册服务商委任协议》的协商摘要 [PDF, 117 KB]。在理事会指示 ICANN 和注册服务商继续处理有关执法机构建议 [PDF, 111 KB] 和 GNSO 建议的协商事宜后,协商事宜已取得进展,到目前为止已召开了 13 次协商会议。对于很多主题,ICANN 和注册服务商协商小组在文字上几乎达成一致,还有更多主题甚至在原则上也达成了一致。由于修正案的全面性,预计所有协商文字将在进一步协商后以一个统一的文档发布。

今天发布的摘要表 [PDF, 117 KB] 提供了有关协商过程中提出的几乎所有问题以及这些问题的当前议定状态的信息。


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