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ICANN 发布《2013 RAA》“数据留存规格数据元素和搜集/留存目的”描述修订版

ICANN 于 2014 年 3 月 23 日曾针对一份文件征询公众意见。本文旨在澄清《数据留存规格》中描述的某些数据元素的意义,并描述了搜集并留存这些数据元素的合法目的: 。针对这份文件搜集了公众意见后,ICANN 指出为了促成当前数据留存弃权协商的解决,ICANN 可能会对已发布的这份文件进行修订或补遗,从而使得 ICANN 与一家或多家注册服务机构能够针对《2013 RAA》数据留存弃权范围一题达成协议:

在对《2013 RAA》中数据留存弃权范围达成协议一题进行了持续讨论后,ICANN 于今日发布了上述文件的修订版。我们认为这份修订版将使得 ICANN 与一家或多家注册服务机构签署有关《2013 RAA》数据留存弃权范围的协议: [PDF, 295 KB].

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