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互联网号码分配机构 (IANA) 知识产权保护协议现已发布征询公众意见

互联网工程任务组 (IETF) 基金、运营社群和 ICANN 于今日共同宣布针对一份拟订协议的草案征询公众意见。该协议旨在满足将互联网号码分配机构 (IANA) 的职能管理权从美国国家电信和信息管理局 (NTIA) 移交给全球多利益相关方社群的提案 [PDF, 2.3 MB]中所提的要求。这项提案要求 ICANN 将用于执行 IANA 职能和 IANA 商标的域名(即"IANA 的知识产权")移交给 IANA 职能运营商之外的一个独立机构,使得此举能够符合全部社群的利益。

本轮公共评议期旨在针对社群为了满足提案要求而制定的有关 IANA 知识产权保护的三份协议征询公众意见:

  • IANA 知识产权保护转让协议
  • IANA 知识产权许可协议(样本)
  • IANA 知识产权社群协议

ICG 网站现被用作一个中立性网站,用以主持本次公共评议期。但这些协议并非由 ICG 编制而成。在审核和考量了公众意见后,这些协议将会最终定稿。这些协议预计将在 IANA 管理权移交成功完成时签署。

在编制这些公开征询公众意见的协议的过程中,ICANN 也作为一方参与了某些协议的制定:

  • 《IANA 知识产权保护转让协议》:ICANN 需要通过这份协议将 IANA 的知识产权转让给 IETF 基金。
  • 三份《IANA 知识产权许可协议》:IETF 基金将向 ICANN 发放使用 IANA 知识产权的许可权,用以执行 IANA 职能。《IANA 支持产权许可协议》共有三份,每份代表 IANA 的一项职能(即:域名、号码和协议参数)。《社区协议》则确定了域名、号码和协议参数社群将与 IETF 基金如何合作。

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