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Transport Telematics was expected to cultivate new market for Cell Phone Carriers. In 1990’s business model of cell phone for Machine to Machine communication was still premature and performance was also inadequate for some of ITS applications. (...) Innovations for future networks and services 20 Cell Phone for Vehicle Communication Business model to charge for car telecom module as the second personal cell phone did not work in 90’s. (...) In 2000’s performance of LTE and 4G cell phone is expected to have performance for many vehicle applications.
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Score: 1250626.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...29/04/T290400000700102PDFE.pdf
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[Country name]: ITU ICT Households Short Questionnaire 2022 Please complete the Answer and Notes columns in the table below. Black cells must NOT be completed. Please do NOT modify or delete any of the black cells. (...) An individual owns a mobile cellular phone if he/she has a mobile cellular phone device with at least one active SIM card for personal use. It includes mobile cellular phones supplied by employers that can be used for personal reasons (to make personal calls, access the Internet, etc.) and those who have a mobile phone for personal use that is not registered under his/her name.
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Score: 1250394.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...Questionnaire_2022_updated.pdf
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, MANFRED NOWAK : ADDENDUM
The detained aliens were frequently held in police cells not designed for prolonged detention for up to six months. (...) The toilets were often located outside the cells, creating an unnecessary dependence of the detainees on officers. (...) In both border-guard stations that he visited, the cells were dirty, dark and cold with unhygienic and inadequate sanitary facilities.
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Score: 1248397.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/16/52/ADD.4&Lang=E
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MEASURING CROSS BORDER MOBILITY- ESTONIA FINLAND
Because of data protection and privacy regulations, it is not possible to position phones as precisely in Finland. 8. CDR location information is initially stored as Cell Global Identity (CGI) which has a unique identity and location for each antenna. (...) This included call activities made by Estonian phones in Finland, and call activities made by Finnish phones in Estonia. (...) Data recorded on the call activity used in the study. Phone user ID Time Location Finnish (roaming) phone in Estonia Country; Random ID ss:mm:hh dd:mm.yy Network cells Estonian phones (roaming) in Finland Random ID ss:mm:hh dd:mm.yy Country C.
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Score: 1247265.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2014/30&Lang=E
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II The following telecommunications (or info-communications) areas if given priority and targeted to women and especially rural and urban poor and middle level women will have the highest impact to women, the family unit and development of a country as a whole: 1) Telephony incorporating fax and telex: To impact on women by reducing their burden and putting them in communication, the following be stressed: a) Residential telephony/fax relevantly rather than business phones. b) Pay phones, telecommunication centres and attended call offices/centres be located at: i) residential areas; ii) market places and other mainly women business centres; iii) community centres; iv) clinics/hospitals; v) community water supply areas; vi) schools. c) In addition to mobile cellular phones being made available and licensed as well as implemented on a total area coverage as opposed to point-to-point only, especially along the "highway or cross-country cells", new cheap technology like the Japanese technology of PHS (the poor man's cellular mobile) be exploited to provide women with mobile telephony. (...) The transistor radio using the dry battery/cell has proven its worth in penetrating even the remotest parts of developing countries. This is because they are rugged and have portable energy/power supply though of course the cells need replacement but at least they are easily distributable.
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Score: 1246100.4 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu-d/wtdc/wtdc98/doc/136.pdf
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COMMUNICATION NO. 954/2000 : HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE, 82ND SESSION, 18 OCTOBER-5 NOVEMBER 2004 : DECISION
Prisoners are allowed phone access to their lawyers. If a lawyer consents to receive calls, the prisoner may put the lawyer’s name on his phone list. (...) In particular, safety and security concerns must be balanced with a prisoner’s desire to keep all of his legal documents in his cell. The governor of Barwon Prison continually reviewed the number of boxes of documents in the author’s cell, to assess its safety and security, as the cell had been identified as a fire risk by the Fire Risk Assessment Officer of the prison. After each assessment, the governor increased the number of boxes the author could keep in his cell. He could access the boxes of documents by trading boxes in his cell for others in storage.
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Score: 1242819.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CCPR/C/82/D/954/2000&Lang=E
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The World Bank - Village Phone Nigeria ​Making a phone call is something that many people take for granted. (...) Use of Technology in Micro Finance ​See this clip to watch the use of Technology to extend the outreach using Mobile Devices using Mobile GPRS Network. Mobile Health ​A cell phone in hand promises better health coverage and enhanced health service. (...) Masawa Movie A team of developers has created a single system, called Masawa, to encourage development and delivery of information services to low-cost cell phones via mobile applications. Mobile Mandate Mobile technology now has the power to reach all communities at an unprecedented speed and cost.
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Score: 1242689.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/7billion/Pages/stories.aspx
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Cargo Shipments by Air;  Lithium Battery Air Shipments 2 SAE G‐27 Lithium Battery Packaging Standard  Test procedure requires abuse of single cell;  presumption that cell may enter thermal runaway  during transport  Package must contain all hazards (e.g., hazardous  flames, fragments, vapors)  0.3 m3 test chamber with spark ignitor  Maximum external package temperature 3 SAE G‐27 General Test Setup Use a heat source (e.g. tape, cartridge) to create a  temperature rise at 5 to 20 °C per minute as measured  at an external point on cell 4 Lithium ion Battery Tested as Packaged  for Transport  5 COURTESY OF FULCRUM TESTING | 1602 EAST MAIN #400 | WAXAHACHIE, TX 75165 Results of Recent Testing on Lithium ion  Batteries at 30% SOC COURTESY OF FULCRUM TESTING | 1602 EAST MAIN #400 | WAXAHACHIE, TX 75165 6 Pyro‐Phobic Packaging 7 “Lithium Prevent”  Proprietary intumescent, fire resistant, polymer  composite technology  Injection molded to form fire resistant components   Contains spread of runaway lithium batteries in wide  range of applications 8 LEARN MORE AT LABELMASTER.COM/OBEXION @ Copyright  2017 Labelmaster.    (...) No other distribution of these slides is permitted without written permission by Labelmaster.  Fire resistant technology designed to hold mixed loads of lithium‐ion and non‐lithium batteries  Perfect solution when looking for a step above a regular corrugated box  Single use only  Intended for battery recycling and disposal shipping by ground  Ground or air transport for phone or tablet with battery in the device  May also be used for temporary storage in aircraft cargo compartment  Perfect for battery recyclers and phone/tablet ground transport Level of Protection: Fire Resistance 9 "Thermal Management System“ (TMS)  by Fireproof Solutions, Inc.  
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Score: 1242001 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Dangerous%20Goods%20Panel.pdf
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[Title] SRLabs Template v12 Effective SS7 protection ITU Workshop on “SS7 Security”, June 29th 2016 Luca Melette Motivation: Operators and their users still vulnerable to SS7 attacks Agenda 3  3 attack scenarios  10 attack messages  4 defense measures SS7 enables mobile abuse on different frontiers 4 Intercept Fraud TrackingA B Attacker objective Find subscriber’s whereabouts Listen to calls, read short messages, intercept Internet traffic C Make illegitimate calls/send SMS; disable usage limits Tracking through ATI has become commonplace Phone number (MSISDN) Subscriber location (LAC or Cell ID or GPS) AnytimeInterrogation A 5 6 AnytimeInterrogation is blocked now in a lot of places. (...) Accurate tracking is possible with standard messages 7 A Shown in 60 Minutes MSC HLR STP Atta- cker SRI-SM [MSISDN] ACK [MSC, IMSI] PSI [IMSI] ACK [LAC,CID] LAC/CID database Variant: Start here and send PSI to all MSCs Attack – Probe MSC for subscriber location Tracking can happen using many more signaling messages 8 Phone number (MSISDN) Subscriber location (LAC or Cell ID or GPS)  AnytimeInterrogation Impersonate HLR towards MSC:  PSI  PSL Brute-force all MSCs  ProvideRN  InsertSubData  ForwardSM  SRI-GPRS SendIMSI IMSI MSC IMSI & MSC  SRI/-SM Send to phone number or all HLRs or directly to MSC A Remote intercept is possible through Camel 9 Attack – Rewrite numbers over Camel 1.InsertSubscriber- Data(Camel server) sets “triggering points” 2. Phone calls, is called, or sends an SMS SS7 STP gsmSCF MITM server Attacker 3.
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Score: 1239048.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ntations/S2P1_Luca_Melette.pdf
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And you see it in health care. The use of mobile phones provides a basic communication to help lowering diabetes as well as the computers drive the use of telemedicine. (...) In the last 2-3 years the prepaid cell-phone business model has been applied and become pervasive for broadband too. (...) Now, beyond that, there are other areas where we can see tools making a real difference. In the cell phone area you could use the phones for mobile payment, you could use them for basic education, you could use them for the health care, and since the 5th and 6th billion have mobile phones that becomes a way of reaching of more people.
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Score: 1236890.7 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...eremony/Dr.John_E._Davies.docx
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