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停止支持 ICANN-Rooms 酒店网络

ICANN 现已决定使用酒店自身提供的无线网络,而不再在酒店中创建 ICANN 服务集标识 (service set identifier, SSID)。由酒店管理的客房无线网络采用了 SSID 显示为 ICANN 网络;但 ICANN 却不对这些网络进行管理、持有或加以控制。因此,持续提供这种以 ICANN 冠名的网络是对事实的歪曲。请在 ICANN66 届会议和日后会议期间使用您的酒店提供的客房无线网络连接服务。

再次澄清,这一调整仅涉及酒店客房网络。ICANN 将继续在会场内提供安全网络。如果您还存有其他疑问,请及时联系我们。

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