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2013 年 11 月 16 日,ICANN 理事会于当地时间上午 11:00 在阿根廷布宜诺斯艾利斯召开了例行会议。

主席 Steve Crocker 即刻宣布会议正式开始。

以下理事参加了全部或部分会议:Sébastien Bachollet、Fadi Chehadé(主席兼首席执行官)、Cherine Chalaby、Bertrand de La Chapelle、Chris Disspain、Olga Madruga-Forti、Bill Graham、Wolfgang Kleinwächter、Erika Mann、Gonzalo Navarro、Ray Plzak、George Sadowsky、Mike Silber 和吴国维。Bruce Tonkin(副主席)因未能参加会议而表示歉意。

以下理事会联络员参加了全部或部分会议:Ram Mohan(SSAC 联络员)、Jonne Soininen(IETF 联络员)和 Suzanne Woolf(RSSAC 联络员)。Francisco da Silva(TLG 联络员)和 Heather Dryden(GAC 联络员)因未能才加会议而表示歉意。

Bruno Lanvin 作为特邀观察员参加会议。

以下 ICANN 高级管理人员和工作人员参加了全部或部分会议:Akram Atallah(全球域名部总经理)、Susanna Bennett(首席运营官)、Duncan Burns(全球通信部副总经理)、Michelle Bright(理事会支持部主任)、Sally Costerton(主席高级顾问 – 全球利益主体参与)、GJohn Jeffrey(总顾问兼秘书长)、David Olive(政策制定部副总经理)、Karine Perset(理事会支持部高级主管)、Amy Stathos(副总顾问)和 Theresa Swinehart(主席高级战略顾问),以及其他工作人员。

秘书处:John Jeffrey(总顾问兼秘书长)。

  1. 主要议程
    1. 多利益主体互联网监管

 

  1. 主要议程 :

    1. 多利益主体互联网监管

      主席介绍了议程事项,理事会参与了有关以下事项的讨论:自 2013 年 9 月 28 日理事会通过决议以来出现的互联网协调问题和理事会可能开展的后续工作;以及自该决议之后已开展的工作。理事会讨论了下次决议要纳入的问题,供成员们在接下来的时间考虑。

      未达成任何决议。

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