.游戏

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Status: Delegated
Language: Chinese (Hans/Simplified)
Translates to: "games"
Manager: Donuts
Registry Provider: Demand Media
Type: IDN gTLD
ASCII Translation: .xn--unup4y
Category: Lifestyle
Priority #: 40

.游戏 is an IDN gTLD being proposed in ICANN's New gTLD Program, translating as "games" from Hans Chinese. The applicant is Donuts (Spring Fields, LLC).[1]

.游戏 是一个国际化通用顶级域名。该域名已被纳入ICANN的新通用顶级域名计划。申请人为Donuts公司。

Application Details

Excerpted from response to question #18 in TLD application:

"Broadly speaking, this TLD reflects the Mandarin word for GAMES. It will be very attractive to the millions of people and organizations worldwide that speak Mandarin and create, stage, participate in and enjoy games, contests, and recreation of all kinds. The number and variety of games is endless, with many taking place over or discussed and viewed on the Internet. Though particularly useful to individuals, businesses, sporting organizations, equipment manufacturers, game designers, venues, and others, this highly inclusive TLD will be appealing to virtually any Mandarin-speaking registrant worldwide and would be operated in a highly secure manner.

DONUTS’ APPROACH TO PROTECTIONS No entity, or group of entities, has exclusive rights to own or register second level names in this TLD. There are superior ways to minimize the potential abuse of second level names, and in this application Donuts will describe and commit to an extensive array of protections against abuse, including protections against the abuse of trademark rights.

We recognize some applicants seek to address harms by constraining access to the registration of second level names. However, we believe attempts to limit abuse by limiting registrant eligibility is unnecessarily restrictive and harms users by denying access to many legitimate registrants. Restrictions on second level domain eligibility would prevent law-abiding individuals and organizations from participating in a space to which they are legitimately connected, and would inhibit the sort of positive innovation we intend to see in this TLD. As detailed throughout this application, we have struck the correct balance between consumer and business safety, and open access to second level names.

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As noted, Donuts will be inclusive in its registration policies and will not limit registrant eligibility at the second level at the moment of registration. Restricting access to second level names in this broadly generic TLD would cause more harm than benefit by denying domain access to legitimate registrants. Therefore, rather than artificially limiting registrant access, we will control abuse by carefully and uniformly implementing our extensive range of user and rights protections.

Donuts will not limit eligibility or otherwise exclude legitimate registrants in second level names. Our primary focus will be the behavior of registrants, not their identity.

Donuts will specifically adhere to ICANN-required registration policies and will comply with all requirements of the Registry Agreement and associated specifications regarding registration policies. Further, Donuts will not tolerate abuse or illegal activity in this TLD, and will have strict registration policies that provide for remediation and takedown as necessary."[2]

申请细节

【.游戏】这一通用顶级域名将在国际范围内吸引众多使用中文进行游戏开发,策划,参与并喜欢游戏的用户及组织。游戏的数量及种类是无限的,且如今每天都有各种游戏上市并被广泛讨论。尽管不同的个人,公司,体育组织,游戏设备厂商,游戏设计师等对游戏的诉求不同,这一包容性极强的顶级域名将对国际上任何使用中文的域名注册人产生吸引并将在高级别的安全举措下运行。

Donuts公司表示,没有任何法人或组织拥有注册或占有【.游戏】之下的二级域名的特权。公司将采取多项措施将二级域名被滥用的可能性将至最低。在该顶级域名的申请中,Donuts公司将详细描述预防域名滥用的手段和方法,其中包括预防商标权滥用。

尽管一些域名申请人认为限制二级域名的注册将对整个域名链有所保护,Donuts公司认为此举并不能带来太大的益处,还有可能损害那些合格申请人的利益。在申请中,Donuts公司详细描述了如何在开放二级域名申请的情况下寻找客户和商务安全之间的平衡。

【.游戏】是一个通用顶级域名,Donuts公司在安全方面的首要措施将是申请人行为规范而非限制注册。公司将尤其强调ICANN的域名注册政策及要求。尽管Donuts将开放二级域名注册,公司不会容忍在此顶级域名下的域名滥用或非法行为并将制定严格的申请方针。

Contract Signed

On 14 July 2013, Donuts received a Registry Agreement signed by ICANN for . 游戏 after passing the Initial Evaluation.[3] It was one of the first 4 contracts to be signed as part of the New gTLD Program.[4]

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