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RIGHT TO PRIVACY :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
One of the most notable distinguishing features of modern cell phones is their immense storage capacity. (...) Now it is the person who is not carrying a cell phone, with all that it contains, who is the exception. (...) Data on a cell phone can also reveal where a person has been. 7 24.
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Score: 1299595.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/368&Lang=E
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UNECE Monthly United Nations Economic Commission for Europe CALENDAR OF MEETINGS January 2010 Dates Title Comments 12 (pm)-15 Working Party on Pollution and Energy Focal point : Romain Hubert Phone: +41 (0) 22 917 2402 E-mail : romain.hubert [at] unece.org Room VII. (...) GRPE will resume its discussion on market Fuel Quality (FQ) including biofuels, the further development of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Vehicles (HFCV) and Environmentally Friendly Vehicles (EFV). (...) Website: http://www.gascentre.unece.org 18-22 GRSP Informal group on safety hydrogen and fuel cell vehicles Focal point : Edoardo Gianotti Phone: +41 (0) 22 917 2422 E-mail : edoardo.gianotti [at] @unece.org Room VIII.
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Score: 1297090.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2010meetings/10jan_monthly.doc
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From 2018 to 2020, s he  was the administrator of the community cell phone network, a service that allowed  her  to participate in various workshops, as well as in the  t raining course for promoters and technical promoters in indigenous communities in telecommunications and broadcasting, taught by the ITU (2019- 2020). (...) Her  work is oriented to the formation and training of all the actors involved in community cell phone networks (local authorities, committees, and administrators, users).   ​
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Score: 1295858.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ages/biographies-Gonzalez.aspx
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Other Information: No further information Issue Briefing Note to follow Originator: Phone: Reviewed by: Page 1 of 2 Destination: Issue Manager Feedback to originator: Date: Information to follow by [insert date] No follow-up information All Staff Issue Bulletin to follow by [insert date] Responsibility: All staff are responsible for bringing issues forward and preparing Issue Alert. (...) Issue Note Originator: Phone: Fax: E-mail address: Other Information - See Issue Alert See related Issue Briefing Note(s) Page 1 of 2 Communications Contact: Phone: Final Version returned to - Originator: Manager: Date: Destination: Issue Manager, Manager, CEO Responsibility: All staff are responsible for bringing issues forward and preparing Issue Briefing Notes Managers are responsible for reviewing and approving Issue Briefing Notes Issue Manager with communications staff are responsible for: • reviewing notes, clarifying details, adding additional intelligence • forwarding material to executive/CEO • communicating back to originator • communicating to other staff through All Staff Issue Bulletin Senior Issue Management Team and CEO are responsible for: • reviewing information and adding value • developing strategic action with Issue Manager Frequency: continuous Objective: to provide detailed facts about behaviors or events that are becoming issues for the corporation and to provide insight and intelligence about the specific issue. (...) _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ Facility Data General Information Business name Regional name Address, main phone City, Province, Postal Code Fax number, email address, Web site Regional Director: Home phone, Cell phone Home Address City, Province, Postal Code Assistant Regional Director: Home Phone, Cell Phone Home Address City, Province, Postal Code Business Information: Describe principal activity performed in regional office No. of employees No. of vehicles, type of vehicle Size of facility: Property, hectares, building(s), sq. meters Historical Background Year office opened: Previous building use: Major modifications, Year(s) Past incidents, Month, Year News Media Lists Newspapers Publication ______________________ phone ____________ fax ___________ Address _________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ Managing Editor ________________ City Editor__________________________ Publisher ______________________Key Reporters_______________________ Type: daily weekly other if daily morning evening if weekly or other, publication day(s) ___________________________________ Circulation _________________ Coverage Area _________________________ Publication ______________________ phone ____________ fax ___________ Address _________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ Managing Editor ________________ City Editor__________________________ Publisher ______________________Key Reporters_______________________ Type: daily weekly other if daily morning evening if weekly or other, publication day(s) ___________________________________ Circulation _________________ Coverage Area _________________________ News Media Lists Radio Station Type AM FM Dial position ___________________Phone _____________Fax _____________ Address__________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ News Director ________________ Key Reporters ________________________ News Broadcast times ______________________________________________ National/International _______________________________________________ Station Format ___________________Signal Strength________________watts Coverage Area __________________________________________________________ Station Type AM FM Dial position ___________________Phone _____________Fax _____________ Address__________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ News Director ________________ Key Reporters ________________________ News Broadcast times ______________________________________________ National/International _______________________________________________ Station Format ___________________Signal Strength________________watts Coverage Area __________________________________________________________ News Media Lists Television Station__________________________Network__________________________ Dial position ___________________Phone _____________Fax _____________ Address__________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ Assignment Director_______________ Key Reporters _____________________ News Broadcast times ______________________________________________ Coverage Area _______________________________ Live Coverage YES NO Station__________________________Network__________________________ Dial position ___________________Phone _____________Fax _____________ Address__________________________________________________________ City/Town_____________________ Province _______ Postal Code__________ Assignment Director_______________ Key Reporters _____________________ News Broadcast times ______________________________________________ Coverage Area _______________________________ Live Coverage YES NO GOVERNMENT CONTACTS - National Government, local offices Ministry Name/Title Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone GOVERNMENT CONTACTS - Provincial/State Government, local offices Ministry Name/Title Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone GOVERNMENT CONTACTS - Municipal/Local Government Name Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone MAYOR Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Clerk Fire Chief Deputy Fire Chief Police Chief Deputy Police Chief GOVERNMENT CONTACTS - Local Administration Name Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone Operations Mgr., Facility Manager of Social Services Operations Mgr., Infrastructure Emergency Co-ordinator PARTNER CONTACTS Affiliation Name/Title Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone PERSONNEL DIRECTORY - Corporate Operations Name/Title Address Office Phone Home Phone Cell Phone Board Director Board Director Mgr., Human Resources Mgr., Systems Mgr., (Other) Executive, CEO Executive, Chair Executive, VP Communications Comptroller Crisis Mgnt.
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Score: 1290241.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/timber/pr/docs/imw.pdf
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Promoting continuous medical training , education, and research through the use of ICT. SANA Philippines Cell phone base telemedicine system use for treatment of hypertension . (...) MMS Sign Tunisia To make cell phones accessible to deaf The project consists of a new service which converts SMS to MMS: the deaf person receives the MMS containing a translation of the initial textual message into a 3D Computer-Generated- sign language Image Mobile-based Health Management System Trinidad and Tobago For improving self-care management of patients with chronic diseases (diabetes and cardio-vascular disease ). (...) Field specific phones with comprehensive textbooks . THANK YOU
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Score: 1289203.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cuments/S3_P4_Rahul_Kohli.pptx
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Finally, as governments seek to cut down on the ability of extremists and criminals to use cell phones to conduct illicit activities like money laundering, some have turned to using identity cards for mobile phone and SIM registrations (Okuttah, 2015). In Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Pakistan, and Peru IDs are now required in order to buy a cell phone or swap SIM cards. These requirements are also related to identification and authentication efforts for digital banking and mobile money, as discussed previously. 5.6 Other Functions Figure 14 – Other Functional Linkages of ID Programs In addition to the categories of functions already discussed, we find evidence of linkages of ID programs with four other categories of services (Figure 14): • KYC – Government services – The ID is used as a verification document for individuals to receive access to government civil services (Passport applications, driver registration, etc.). • Student or civil service employee attendance tracking – Identity systems are leveraged to ensure that government employees and students attend work or school. • Taxes – The unique ID number issued is linked to the issuance of tax identification numbers or the payment of taxes. • Travel – The ID is used as a document that permits domestic travel (i.e. railway or bus travel).
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Score: 1286282.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page105.html
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MOBILE COMMERCE IN AFRICA AN OVERVIEW WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO SOUTH AFRICA, KENYA AND SENEGAL
The study was instituted to examine m-banking in a more traditional sense, linking mobility to banking and also to examine the alternative banking applications, for instance using cell phones to purchase goods and services, i.e. pre-paid phone cards becoming a new currency. (...) The survey revealed that cell phones had spread faster than bank accounts across the rest of Africa. FinMark, a British-backed non-governmental organization that looks at how financial markets can help the poor, estimated that at least half of all bank accounts in South Africa could be administered through cell phones within the next five years4. 31.
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Score: 1284970.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=E/ECA/CODIST/1/23&Lang=E
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Page 31 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 31 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 31 COMEX oversees the number of normal and additional cell phones imported. In that regulatory framework, the MEE sends COMEX data (based on data declarations), which COMEX uses to calculate the number of additional units to import over the normal import quota, taking the rate of 2.5 to 1 as a parameter, or alternatively 5:2, which means that for every five managed cell phones, the importer may bring in two pieces of equipment above the normal import quota. As a result, between July 2013 and December 2014, 587,732 cell phone units were collected, which were delivered to managers for the separation of components, dismantling and export.
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Score: 1281591.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page31.html
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Page 31 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 31 - 2016 Integrated management and disposal of electrical and electronic waste and used electrical and electronic equipment in Latin America P. 31 COMEX oversees the number of normal and additional cell phones imported. In that regulatory framework, the MEE sends COMEX data (based on data declarations), which COMEX uses to calculate the number of additional units to import over the normal import quota, taking the rate of 2.5 to 1 as a parameter, or alternatively 5:2, which means that for every five managed cell phones, the importer may bring in two pieces of equipment above the normal import quota. As a result, between July 2013 and December 2014, 587,732 cell phone units were collected, which were delivered to managers for the separation of components, dismantling and export.
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Score: 1281591.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page31.html
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Consuelo has worked diligently in the development of the first major cell phone recycling campaign launched in Latin America, working on sustainable solutions to electronics and cell phone manufactures and operators.Graduated from University of Guadalajara, Mexico in 1997 with a diploma in International Business.
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Score: 1280729.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ages/2014/VELARDEConsuelo.aspx
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