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新 GNSO 社群候选资格申请 -"公共互联网访问/网吧生态系统"


论坛公告: 意见征询期开始于 日期: 2012 年 10 月 10 日
  • 参与
  • 审查/改进
目的(概要): ICANN 理事会于 2011 年 6 月通过了认可新 GNSO 社群的流程,ICANN 已收到根据该流程提交的第一份申请。此论坛的目的是将印度网吧联盟 (CCAOI) 提交的候选资格申请 (AFC) 通知给 ICANN 机构群体并就此征求反馈意见,此申请意在组建一个称为“公共互联网访问/网吧生态系统 (PIA/CC)”的新 GNSO 社群。 CCAOI 提交的申请资料要求批准通过新社群,以便该社群能在 GNSO 的非商业性利益主体组织 (NCSG) 内获得认可。在 NCSG 评估该申请时,机构群体的意见将帮助 NCSG 在信息充足的情况下进行审议工作。

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