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注:2012 年 4 月 10 日,理事会成立了新 gTLD 计划委员会,该委员会由与新 gTLD 计划不存在冲突的理事会所有投票成员组成。委员会获得理事会的全部授权(受法律、组织条例、章程或 ICANN 利益冲突政策中限制条件的约束),行使理事会的权力以处理所有可能因新 gTLD 计划而产生的问题。委员会管理层的人员组成在以下章节 (http://www.icann.org/en/groups/board/new-gtld) 中列出。

  1. 新 gTLD 的保护性申请

    鉴于理事会批准了新 gTLD 计划以保护某些利益和权利,特别是知识产权 ( http://www.icann.org/zh/groups/board/documents/resolutions-20jun11-zh.htm );

    鉴于理事会提供了批准新 gTLD 计划有关上述方面内容的理由 (http://www.icann.org/zh/groups/board/documents/resolutions-20jun11-zh.htm);

    鉴于已对异议流程的可用性和计划的其他方面进行积极沟通;

    鉴于 ICANN 已收到一份意见,意见中说明了提交 gTLD 申请以保护已确定的合法权利的明显必要性;

    鉴于作为对意见的回应,ICANN 开放公众意见征询期以就该观点的来源及解决方法征询意见 (http://www.icann.org/en/news/public-comment/new-gtlds-defensive-applications-06feb12-en.htm);

    鉴于 ICANN 在哥斯达黎加公开会议期间举行了一次公共研讨会,以供机构群体讨论意见征询期内提出的建议以及机构群体提出的其他建议 (http://costarica43.icann.org/node/29711);

    鉴于新 gTLD 计划的目标包括保护已确定的合法权利;

    鉴于已对公众意见进行了汇总和分析,且已记录了公共研讨会上的讨论内容;

    鉴于公众讨论认为应继续讨论并促进二级域名注册中的商标保护,还认为恶意域名抢注在顶级域名注册中不是重要问题;

    鉴于 ICANN 致力于在初始申请轮次后审核申请和评估流程的有效性,以及为缓和与引入新 gTLD 有关问题而实施的保护机制的有效性;

    鉴于意见中提出了关于了解保护机制可用性的重要问题,以及应进行续延以向权利持有者就保护机制展开广泛地沟通;

    兹发布第 2012.04.10.NG1 号决议:新 gTLD 计划委员会感谢机构群体参加对此问题的讨论。

    第 2012.04.10.NG2 号决议:尽管新 gTLD 计划委员会此次为保护 gTLD 申请而未对《申请人指南》提出任何修改意见,但是新 gTLD 计划委员会要求工作人员提供关于保护二级域名注册的简报,并要求 GNSO 考虑是否应开展关于保护二级域名注册的其他工作;

    第 2012.04.10.NG3 号决议:新 gTLD 计划委员会要求工作人员继续对所采用的流程和可用于新 gTLD 计划的保护机制进行有针对性的沟通。

    第 2012.04.10.NG1-2012.04.10.NG3 号决议的理由

    [理由将与会议记要一并提供。]

  2. GNSO 关于在新 gTLD 中保护红十字会和国际奥林匹克委员会域名的建议

    第 2012.04.10.NG4 号决议:新 gTLD 计划委员会确认收到 GNSO 关于扩大对红十字会/红新月会和国际奥林匹克委员会顶级域名保护机制的建议。

    第 2012.04.10.NG5 号决议:新 gTLD 计划委员会决定此次不修改《申请人指南》。

    第 2012.04.10.NG4-2012.04.10.NG5 号决议的理由

    [理由将与会议记要一并提供。]

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