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Política de Transferências entre Registradores (IRTP), Parte D, Processo de Elaboração de Políticas (PDP) - Recomendações a serem submetidas à consideração do Conselho da ICANN

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Anúncio no Foro: O período de comentários fica aberto na Data: 20 de outubro de 2014
Categorias/Rótulos:
  • Processos de políticas
  • Acordos com as partes contratadas
Objetivo (Resumo): Obter contribuições da comunidade sobre as 18 recomendações para o Processo de Elaboração de Políticas da Organização de Apoio a Nomes Genéricos (GNSO) sobre alterações na Política de Transferências entre Registradores (IRTP), Parte D, antes de elas serem submetidas à consideração para sua adoção pelo Conselho da ICANN.
Link com Quadro de Comentários Públicos https://www.icann.org/public-comments/irtp-d-recommendations-2014-10-20-en

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