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Interruption TAS - Mise à jour (7 mai 2012)

Déclaration d'Akram Atallah, Directeur d'exploitation

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En reconnaissance de la gêne occasionnée par la suspension temporaire du système de candidature TLD, l'ICANN offrira le remboursement complet des frais de candidature payés par tout candidat aux nouveaux gTLD qui souhaite retirer sa candidature avant la publication de la liste des noms des nouveaux domaines de premier niveau dont a été présenté la candidature.

Une résolution autorisant un remboursement complet a été adoptée lors de l'atelier du CA à Amsterdam, le dimanche 6 mai 2012.

Nous reconnaissons que cela représente une augmentation de seulement 5000 $ US du remboursement que les candidats recevraient autrement, mais nous croyons qu'il est une partie importante de l'accomplissement de notre engagement à traiter les candidats de façon équitable.

Nous regrettons les difficultés que la suspension temporaire du TAS cause.

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