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ICANN mantiene una teleconferencia abierta acerca de las restricciones de registro y procedimientos de resolución de disputas (RRDRP)

ICANN convocará una teleconferencia abierta el 13 de abril de 2011. Los Grupos de partes interesadas de registros (RySG) pidieron que se realizara para discutir temas relacionados con el borrador actual del RRDRP. Los últimos comentarios del RySG acerca del RRDRP fueron enviados el 7 de diciembre de 2010 (ver http://forum.icann.org/lists/5gtld-guide/msg00029.html) y luego el RySG envió modificaciones pendientes al RRDRP las que se pueden ver aquí [PDF, 172 KB].

Resultados de la llamada:

Lo que se discutió durante esta llamada está destinado a informar la terminación del RRDRP. Se considerarán todos los comentarios, y si corresponde, se podrían hacer cambios al RRDRP, los que serán publicados con la Guía del solicitante.

Sesión:

La reunión se llevará a cabo vía teleconferencia el 13 de abril de 2011 a las 19:00 UTC (http://timeanddate.com/s/208b), y se espera que dure 60 minutos.

Participación:

Si desea participar, envíe su nombre a registry-liaison@icann.org, y se le enviará información para la llamada.

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