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互联网名称与数字地址分配机构 (ICANN) 现征召一名或多名提供商对商标信息交换中心进行独立审核,考察其三大关键领域的绩效,是否达到预定目标,并确定新通用顶级域项目后续申请轮次应当讨论的主题。本轮审核的三大关键领域是:(a) 商标信息交换中心指南和验证核实流程;(b) 日升期;和 (c) 商标索赔服务。所选提供商将设计并执行一套调研方案,针对指定审核领域编制一份含有定量和定性数据的重要报告。报告草案将公开发布征询公众意见,并按照所获反馈意见进行调整。最终报告则将公开发布,并提交给政府咨询委员会 (GAC) 供其审核和考量。ICANN 现征询一家或多家合格服务提供商以及时有效地展开这项复杂的调查工作。

ICANN 预计最迟将在 2015 年 10 月前与所选提供商签约,启动这项工作。

政府咨询委员会 (GAC) 在 2011 年 5 月所提的 建议 中指出,在本轮第 75 个新通用顶级域获得启用一年后,需要对信息交换中心进行一轮全面深入的独立审核。ICANN 也已保证按照 GAC 的建议,对信息交换中心的流程和相关指定领域进行一轮审核。GAC 建议审核领域应包括:审查信息交换中心的目标、功能和运营,看其是否能从延长信息交换通知至 90 天以上这一政策中获益;审查自动化系统是否应当允许非精确匹配。



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