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评议开放日期: 2018 年 11 月 21 日 截止日期: 2018 年 12 月 14 日
发起组织: GNSO
类别/标签: 政策制定;签约方协议
简介: 根据《ICANN 章程》,本轮公共评议期旨在为公众提供一个合理的机会,针对通用顶级域中某些红十字与红新月名称的拟定共识性政策提出看法和建议,然后再将该政策呈交给 ICANN 董事会进行审议。通用名称支持组织 (GNSO) 理事会已于 2018 年 9 月通过了拟定共识性政策,并建议董事会采纳该政策。根据《ICANN 章程》提出的公共评议期需要至少开放 21 天的要求,本轮公共评议期结束后,拟定共识性政策和所有相关建议都将被呈交给 ICANN 董事会供其审议和采取行动。

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