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新 gTLD 项目的统一快速暂停系统:ICANN 为统一快速暂停系统寻找服务提供商

统一快速暂停系统(简称“URS”)服务提供商

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ICANN 今天发布了一份信息征询 (RFI) [PDF, 112 KB],以招募“准统一快速暂停系统 (URS) 服务提供商”。URS 是新 gTLD 项目中解决商标保护难题的举措之一。在统一争议解决政策 (UDRP) 和适用法律下的可用补救措施以外,URS 将为商标所有者提供又一个全新的并且具有成本效益的补救措施。URS 的主要目的是在发生商标侵权案件,且商标侵权和滥用行为没有带来真正的争议性问题时,快速暂停域名的使用。

URS 的运营应征者应满足 RFI 中所列出的要求,其中包括对全球知识产权和互联网、快速网络内容审议、争议解决方案、UDRP 议程以及作为全球多元化的高素质中立成员为公众提供服务有关的问题有正确的理解。ICANN 希望招募确实能以多语言管理和支持流程,并且满足技术要求的应征者。

RFI 工作安排概况:

ICANN 发布的信息征询书 2012 年 9 月 24 日
应征方问答 – 电话会议 2012 年 10 月 23 日前后
书面应征截止日期 2012 年 11 月 20 日 23:59(世界标准时间)
入围 URS 提供商公布日期 2013 年 2 月 28 日之前

应征截止日期为 2012 年 11 月 20 日 23:59(世界标准时间)。应征请求应提交至:urs-eoi@icann.org


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