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ICANN 给予 OVH SAS数据保留豁免

数据保留豁免
OVH SAS

OVH SAS("注册服务商")根据遵循 2013 RAA 中《数据保留规范》的数据收集和/或保留要求即违反法国适用法律的论点,向 ICANN 提交了《注册服务商数据保留豁免申请》(简称"豁免申请")。

ICANN 在以下条件下,特此给予注册服务商无需遵循 2013 RAA 中某些规定的有限豁免权:

  1. ICANN 同意,为评估注册服务商对 2013 RAA 中《数据保留规范》第 1.1 节数据保留要求的遵守情况,注册服务商执行 2013 RAA 后,《数据保留规范》第 1.1 节中的"另加两年"期限将视为修正为"另加一年。"
  2. 《数据保留规范》条款的其他所有方面均保留不变。给予注册服务商的豁免仅适用于《数据保留规范》第 1.1.1 至 1.1.8 节(含)中所列数据的赞助后保留期,并不构成对 2013 RAA 其他规定或适用于注册服务商的其他 ICANN 政策的豁免。除此之外,本豁免并不限制注册服务商遵守根据《ICANN 章程》("ICANN政策")制定并采纳的共识性政策或临时政策的义务,也不限制注册服务商遵守根据 2013 RAA("RAA 修正案")批准并采纳的所有修订、补充或更改的义务。如果本豁免与《ICANN 政策》或《RAA 修正案》之间有任何出入,以《ICANN 政策》或《RAA 修正案》条款为准。
  3. 给予注册服务商的豁免在注册服务商签订的 2013 RAA 期限内有效。

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