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Vint Cerf、Nii Quaynor、Beth Noveck和Paul Mockapetris现诚邀你们参与将于世界协调时3月11日星期二15:00-16:30时举行的研讨会(时区转换器:,了解他们分别于本月早些时候公开发布的建议和报告草案的相关情况。

  • ICANN在互联网治理生态系统中所扮演的角色—报告草案 [PDF, 2.10 MB];
  • 公共责任框架—报告草案 [PDF, 878 KB];
  • ICANN多利益相关方创新—报告草案 [PDF, 291 KB] (已编辑提案请参见 此处);
  • 标识符技术创新—报告草案 [PDF, 879 KB]。




本次研讨会将在Adobe Connect系统上展示,并配有幻灯片演示和会议桥拨号信息以供参会者听取会议音频。本次会议将以英文进行。

会议举办期间的问答环节中,参会人员将有机会给出评论或提出问题。在网络研讨会举行期间,参会人员可以通过Adobe Connect系统的聊天功能提交自己的问题。如果您无法参加直播会议,我们将在会后发布会议录音供您使用。


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