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Rapport et recommandations de l'équipe de révision du service d'annuaire des données d'enregistrement (RDS-WHOIS2)

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Date d'ouverture : 4 septembre 2018 Date de clôture : 4 novembre 2018
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Organisation ICANN - Stratégie multipartite et initiatives stratégiques (MSSI)
Catégories/Étiquettes : Révisions/Améliorations
Bref aperçu : Dans la version préliminaire de son rapport [PDF, 1.97 MB], l'équipe de révision des services d'annuaire des données d'enregistrement évalue à quel point les recommandations de la révision des services d'annuaire des données d'enregistrement précédente ont été mises en œuvre et dans quelle mesure les recommandations appliquées ont abouti aux résultats attendus. L'équipe de révision évalue également l'efficacité du service d'annuaire des données d'enregistrement utilisé à l'époque et si sa mise en œuvre répond aux besoins légitimes des agences d'application de la loi, promeut la confiance des consommateurs et sauvegarde les données des titulaires de noms. Le public est invité à faire part de son avis sur les recommandations et conclusions préliminaires de l'équipe de révision.
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