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征召志愿者——隐私和代理服务认证问题政策制定流程 (PDP) 实施审核小组 (IRT)

2016 年 8 月 9 日,ICANN 董事会通过了"隐私和代理服务认证问题政策制定流程 (PDP) 工作组"提交的建议,请参见该工作组发布的《最终报告》 [PDF, 1.23 MB]。全球域名分部 (GDD) 的工作人员负责推进这些政策建议的实施工作——现诚邀志愿者加入实施审核小组 (IRT) 与工作人员合作,推行董事会已经批准的政策建议。

本次征召 IRT 志愿者主要希望引起"隐私和代理服务认证问题 PDP 工作组"成员的注意。但我们也诚邀其他尚未参与 IRT 工作的社群成员的加入。IRT 的主要责任包括:

  • 与 ICANN 工作人员合作,确保实施工作符合已通过政策建议的初衷
  • 根据董事会现已通过的建议,审核工作人员起草的拟定实施工作计划
  • 在 PDP 进程中,协助答疑解惑,或协助对已通过的建议进行澄清
  • 在已通过建议的实施过程中,针对技术和运营细节问题提供咨询建议

IRT 成员至少需要熟悉政策建议和提出这些政策建议的背后思考过程。IRT 志愿者成员需要能够在本项目期间参与 IRT 的例会。工作人员目前预计完成这一实施项目大概需要 18-24 个月。

所有应招的志愿者需要了解实施项目 IRT 的职责和职权范围。如果在实施过程中,IRT 发现需要对政策建议进行潜在修订,则团队成员必须将此事汇报给 GNSO 理事会,供其考量并提供额外指导。

如何申请

如果您有意参与,请发送电子邮件至 GNSO 秘书处:gnso-secs@icann.org,申请提交截止时间为:世界协调时 2016 年 9 月 30 日。

背景

《注册服务机构认证协议 (RAA)》是用于管理 ICANN 及其认证注册服务机构之间关系的一份文件(如需查看认证注册服务机构名单请参见此处:http://www.internic.net/regist.html)。RAA 在域名系统中可能会对注册人和其他第三方产生影响。

ICANN 和注册服务机构利益相关方团体在 2011 年 10 月针对《2013 RAA》进行初步协商时,ICANN 董事会请求 GNSO 提交一份《问题报告》,启动一项 GNSO 政策制定流程 (PDP),处理 RAA 协商过程中尚未解决、但却适用于 PDP 流程的遗留问题(如需查看董事会决议,请点击链接:http://www.icann.org/en/groups/board/documents/resolutions-28oct11-en.htm#7)。2013 年 1 月,ICANN 董事会通过了新版《2013 RAA》(具体条款请参见链接:http://www.icann.org/en/resources/registrars/raa/approved-with-specs-27jun13-en.pdf)[PDF, 913 KB],且本轮 PDP 也于 2013 年 10 月正式启动。

目前 GDD 部门正在筹备实施的、"隐私和代理服务认证问题 PDP 工作组"提出的最终建议就是在本轮 PDP 中达成的共识性成果。一旦实施,这套隐私和代理服务认证项目将取代《2013 RAA》中的"隐私和代理服务注册规范"中提出的要求。


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