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FOLLOW UP TO THE CES 2013 SEMINAR
In order to increase the awareness of different target user groups on statistical information, Eurostat undertook cooperation with the open data community and other data redistributors and in particular with Google. Google mentioned for the first time Eurostat as the reference in the Government Summit 2.0 in Washington DC in September 2009. As of March 2012 several datasets based on Eurostat data (on inflation, public finances, ECE/CES/2014/33 3 unemployment, etc.) can be accessed using the Google Public Data explorer and could be easily found on Google search in 34 languages. 10. (...) Eurostat currently supports a list of 17 indicators. The widgets always receive automatically the latest data for the selected indicator and do not require any specific update.
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Score: 1266765.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2014/33&Lang=E
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R&D CAPITALISATION: WHERE DID WE GO WRONG?
In 2015 over 99.9% of the royalties received by Google Netherlands Holdings B.V. were repaid to Google Ireland Holdings.15 An overview of the Google structure is presented in Figure 1. Figure 1 A double Irish Dutch sandwich: the Google case Alphabet/Google Inc. • Controls Google Ireland Holdings • Creates the IP • Grants the rights of IP use outside the US to Google Ireland Holdings Google Asia Pacific Google Netherlands Holding B.V. • Controls Google Ireland Limited • Is granted a sub licence to the right of IP use • Re-licences this sub-licence to Google Ireland Limited Google Ireland Limited • Reports turnover from advertising • Exploits and reports costs of IP Google Ireland Holdings Unlimited Company • Controls Google Netherlands Holding B.V
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Score: 1230888.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ECE/CES/GE.20/2018/5&Lang=E
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RESULTS OF A WEB SURVEY ON THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY 21 PROJECT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Part of the problem could be within the List of Contacts itself, where some individuals may have now different interests. (...) Note: while it is an established fact that the EE21 website is an object of interest for service programmes of the search engines of Google and MSN, visits from those sites account for less than 10% of all visits to the website. (...) The number of answers (as of 26 November 2005) is listed in the following order: Very useful + Useful + Somewhat useful + Not useful = Total The percentage is calculated in groups of 2 each: (Very useful + Useful) – (Somewhat useful + Not useful) 1.
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Score: 1226781.25 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/ENERGY/WP.4/2006/3&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL BY THE DELEGATION OF THE NETHERLANDS TO AMEND THE STANDARD LAYOUT FOR STANDARDS FOR FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Identification Packer and/or dispatcher/ exporter: Name and physical address* (e.g. street/city/region/postal code and, if different from the country of origin, the country) or a code mark officially recognized by the national authority if the country applying such a system is listed in the UNECE data base. [Footnote]: *The address must trace back to the physical location of the packer and/or dispatcher/exporter. (...) P.O. Box). In many cases google or google maps is used but the results are often too general, and it is not possible to locate a unique physical address (remark: Google is an open-source database and an inspection authority must not (solely) rely on Google).
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Score: 1218121.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../CTCS/WP.7/GE.1/2022/16&Lang=E
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COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have replaced oil and gas and telecommunications firms among the top 10 global companies based on market capitalization in 2018. (...) Dominant platforms such as Amazon, Apple and Google may own and operate infrastructure or provide a service on which traders and developers depend, and they must compete with the service provider in these markets. (...) This makes Google attractive for both users and advertisers, and increases its advertising revenues.
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Score: 1214957.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/54&Lang=E
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COMPETITION LAW, POLICY AND REGULATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA
The Administrative Council has two ongoing competition investigations, both initiated in 2019, one analysing the effects on competition of the conduct of Google in licencing its Android mobile operating system in the licensable operating systems market in Brazil and one on the potential scraping by Google of journalistic content published on the websites of media and news companies, whereby Google would be abusing its dominant position in leveraging the website access rates that it maintained to attract online advertisement. 18. (...) The Authority has adopted three decisions in digital markets in the last three years, of which two involved Google, and has five ongoing investigations into digital platforms, of which two involve Google and three involve local platforms. 23. (...) The recent amendments have listed practices that may raise competition concerns.
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Score: 1206136.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/57&Lang=E
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THE INTERFACE BETWEEN THE OBJECTIVES OF COMPETITION POLICY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Box 3 European Commission decision in Google-Motorola Mobility case, 2012 This case, based on article 6 (1) (b) of Council Regulation No. 139/2004, was based on a notification by Google to the Commission related to acquiring sole control over Motorola Mobility by way of shares purchase. (...) Google also develops and makes available to original equipment manufacturers of smart mobile devices an open-source mobile operating system known as Android. (...) In addition, a competition authority may develop regulations providing a non- exhaustive list of exemptions to certain intellectual property agreements or unilateral conduct.
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Score: 1203899.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/36&Lang=E
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EXPANDING CONNECTIVITY TO DISASTER-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE INNOVATIVE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES AND DISASTER-RELATED INFORMATION: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Japan traffic on Google Earth divided by worldwide traffic and normalized .............................................................................................13 I. (...) These included Google Person Finder, which had been developed after the Haiti earthquake in 2010, and the Google Crisis Response Centre, which provided specific information on the event. The traffic on Google services, such as Google Earth, Google Maps and Google News, spiked significantly during and after the disaster.
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Score: 1199981.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/ESCAP/CDR(2)/4&Lang=E
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NEW ZEALAND: CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS
The Committee is concerned that, when using the Google search engine on Google’s New Zealand website (www.google.co.nz), and on other English-language Google websites, disturbing phrases occur when some phrases relating to autistic persons are typed into the search box. Since the conclusion of the constructive dialogue with New Zealand, Google has removed some, but not all, of the offending phrases. (...) The replies of the State party to such a list of issues constitute the State party’s next report.
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Score: 1190605.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=CRPD/C/NZL/CO/1&Lang=E
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GE.10-21562 Econo
Microsoft had Microsoft Virtual Earth, Google has its Google Map technology and the more advanced Google Earth. (...) Right now there are about 200 visits per day. The website uses Google Maps to project statistical variables on a Google Map. (...) In Neighbourhood Statistics in Google Earth we exploit the streaming facilities that Google Earth offers.
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Score: 1179628.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2010/16&Lang=E
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