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重要更新 — ICANN 第 68 届会议将采用 Zoom 网络研讨会工具召开

在 ICANN 第 68 届会议召开的第一天,有些会议就遭到了多次干扰,也就是遭遇到了“Zoom 轰炸”(Zoombombing)。Zoom 轰炸是一些网络暴民中断了 Zoom 公共会议,并借助 Zoom 的功能来散播带有冒犯性质的音频、图像和视频。


对待上述情况,我们不会掉以轻心,而且正在努力减轻未来可能引发的任何干扰。在所有余下的 ICANN 第 68 届会议中
,除政府咨询委员会 (Governmental Advisory Committee, GAC) 的会议有待 GAC 领导进一步评估之外,其余会议都将采用受密码保护的 Zoom 网络研讨会的形式召开。

我们会每天更新本届活动日程安排 (,以便及时体现 Zoom 参与链接的变更信息。其他所有服务,例如远程同声传译和实时速记,均不受本次变更的影响。


关于如何使用 Zoom 网络研讨会工具,本届活动网站的
参与工具部分已对此更新了相关信息。我们鼓励所有不熟悉如何利用 Zoom 网络研讨会工具的参会人员查看这部分信息。



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