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通用顶级域 (gTLD) 注册数据临时规范快速政策制定流程 (EPDP) 第 2 阶段《初步报告》的附录现已发布


评议开放日期: 2020 年 3 月 26 日 截止日期: 2020 年 5 月 5 日
发起组织: Организация поддержки доменов общего пользования (GNSO)
  • 签约方协议
  • 政策制定
  • 隐私性
  • 顶级域

重要信息:鉴于近期形势,任何人员若尚未在截止日期前针对 EPDP 团队发布的《非公开注册数据标准化访问/披露系统的初步报告 (Initial Report addressing System for Standardized Access / Disclosure to Non-Public Registration Data, SSAD)》(请参见:提交反馈意见,则可在将于 2020 年 5 月 5 日关闭的本轮公共评议期中提交评论。

您若想推迟提交评论,请最迟在 3月31日前发送电子邮件至,使得 EPDP 团队能够妥善规划对公众意见的审核。此外,如果您想针对《初步报告》提交评论,请使用本链接:

本轮公共评议期旨在针对通用顶级域 (gTLD) 注册数据临时规范快速政策制定流程 (EPDP) 团队的第 2 阶段《初步报告》的附录征询公众意见。这份附录囊括了 EPDP 团队针对以下第 2 批重要事务提出的初步建议和/或结论:

  • 信息显示:附属和认证隐私/代理提供商
  • 法人和自然人
  • 城市字段编辑
  • 数据留存
  • ICANN 首席技术官办公室的潜在目的
  • 为特殊联系人设置统一匿名电子邮件的可行性
  • WHOIS 准确度报告体系的准确度
  • 目的 2
EPDP 团队完成对公众意见的审核后,将把这些建议和结论纳入到《最终报告》中,后者还将解决非公开注册数据的标准化访问/披露系统 (SSAD) 一事。

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