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统一快速暂停程序和规则

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现已提供统一快速暂停系统 (URS) 程序的更新版本 [PDF, 168 KB] 和 URS 规则以供下载。

URS 是新 gTLD 计划中新提供的多个权利保护机制之一。它通过向遭受侵权最为明显的权利持有者提供成本更低、见效更快的救助途径,对现行统一域名争议解决政策进行了补充。

URS 程序确定了 URS 索赔流程。这些规则将帮助服务提供商持续实施 URS。

由于上一个 URS 程序发布于 2012 年 6 月 4 日,因此一些细微修订之处运用了现在时而非将来时。其他修订阐释和简化了一些条款,并更正了微小的印刷错误。此外,还制定和新增了一系列规则 [PDF, 82 KB],这些规则类似于统一域名争议解决政策 (UDRP) 规则,用以提供各个方面的 URS 诉讼指导。

除 ICANN 发布的"规则"外,每个 URS 服务提供商也应该制定补充规则,以帮助规范化该提供商在与投诉人、应诉人进行沟通时的行为,但此类规则与"程序"或"规则"并不冲突。

URS 由机构群体出于机构群体的利益而制定,这是对多利益主体模式的又一印证。

下载 URS 程序 [PDF, 168 KB] 和规则 [PDF, 82 KB]。
了解有关统一快速暂停的更多信息。


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