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.CAT 交叉所有权撤销请求

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论坛公告: 意见征询期开始 日期: 2012 年 12 月 22 日
类别/标签: 合同签约方协议
目的(概要):

FundaciópuntCAT 要求撤销交叉所有权限制,该限制明定于 ICANN 和 FundaciópuntCAT 在 2005 年 9 月 23 日共同签署的合同中。 (http://www.icann.org/en/about/agreements/registries/cat).

该请求按照“处理现有 gTLD 运营商交叉所有权限制撤消请求的流程”提交。

http://www.icann.org/en/resources/registries/removal-cross-ownership.该流程根据“第 2011.06.20.01 号理事会决议”制定。本流程规定,须公布本流程要求的修正案以征询公众意见。提议的修正案可于此处查看 [PDF,178 KB]。取消的协议可从此处下载 [PDF,66 KB]。

ICANN 根据该流程进行了竞争审查,并断定该请求不会导致重大竞争问题。此外,FundaciópuntCAT 提出,撤销交叉所有权限制可便于其实体在一个公平的环境下与新 gTLD 注册管理执行机构展开竞争。

这是首个根据经理事会批准的流程提交的交叉所有权撤销请求。公众意见征询期结束后,ICANN 将随即对该请求进行考量并公布考量结果。

公众意见专区 链接: http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/cat-xo-removal-22dec12-en.htm

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