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Le PDG annonce qu'ICANN est prêt pour le lancement des nouveaux gTLD

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Dans une nouvelle entrée sur le blog, aujourd'hui, le président et PDG de l'ICANN Rod Beckstrom affirme que l'ICANN est prêt pour commencer à recevoir des demandes pour les nouveaux gTLD, le 12 janvier.

Ce nouveau commentaire sur le blog fait également part du brief du conseil administratif tenu cette semaine concernant les nouveaux Gtld. Les sujets discutés par le conseil ne concernaient pas seulement la préparation opérationnelle concernant le programme des nouveaux gTLD mais aussi l'état des plans pour l'exécution dans les temps de la demande du GAC concernant la première Alerte, le procédé de dosage des demande ; les procédures de marques ; la planification pour le second tour, l'aide pour la candidature, et d'autres sujets.

Les parties intéressées sont invitées à lire les nouveaux commentaires sur le blog et les documents du conseil relatif à ce sujet.

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