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问题报告——ccNSO 关于停用和审核机制的政策制定流程 (PDP)

评议开放日期: 2017 年 5 月 24 日 截止日期: 2017 年 7 月 10 日
发起组织: 国家和地区名称支持组织 (ccNSO)
类别/标签: 政策制定;安全/稳定;ISO 3166;国家和地区顶级域;审核机制
  • ccNSO 理事会已于 ICANN58 哥本哈根会议期间启动第三轮 ccNSO 政策制定流程 (PDP)。作为启动工作的一部分,本《问题报告 (Issues Report)》现针对已认定的问题征询反馈意见、评论和建议。
  • 本轮公共评议期结束后,ccNSO 政策制定流程问题经理将搜集所有建议,并编制一份《评论报告 (Comments Report)》提交给 ccNSO 政策制定流程下属负责 ccTLD 停用的工作组 (WG),而后呈交给 ccNSO 政策制定流程工作组编制一套有关授权、转让、撤销和停用决定的审核机制。

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