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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: 1246779.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=CCPR/C/82/D/954/2000&Lang=E
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Claude Hakizimana Head of Protected Areas Management Service Burundi Office For Environment Protection (OBPE) Bujumbura, Burundi Email :haclaude2007@yahoo.fr Cell Phone:(00257) 79 341084 7. Cameroon Mr. Eric Kaffo Nzouwo Sub Director of Inventories and Forest Management Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife Yaounde, Cameroon Phone: (237) 677 97 55 89/ (237) 699 58 96 39 Email: kaffoeric@yahoo.fr 8. (...) Sindhu Prasad Dhungana, PhD Joint-Secretary and Chief Planning, Monitoring and Coordination Division Ministry of Forests and Environment, Kathmandu Nepal Phone: +977 1 4211936 Fax: +977 1 4211868 Cell Phone: +977 9860330217 Email: sindhungana@gmail.com; sindhupd.dhungana@nepal.gov.np 29. (...) Box 40832, 15472 Dar Es Salaam. Phone: +255 713 356 678 Email: amina.akida@gmail.com; amina.akida@tfs.go.tz 38.
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Score: 1244839.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...pants_list_MAR_egm_Nov2018.pdf
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In Georgia, where children living in rural areas have limited internet and cell phone service, a young girl checks homework sent by her teacher in a group chat. She shares her mother’s cell phone with her three siblings.  © UNICEF Georgia Meanwhile, in a remote area of the Ecuadorian Amazon, where there is no internet access, a teacher delivers a study guide to a young girl, so she can continue with her lessons. © UNICEF/Martin Kingman Disabled children in Kyrgyzstan benefit from the work of UNICEF volunteers.
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Score: 1241154.4 - https://news.un.org/en/gallery/648421
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Although the website was intended mainly to get the word out about the crisis in Kenya, it also functioned as a gateway for increased political participation. Using their cell phones, ordinary citizens helped counter rumours and what they perceived to be official underestimations. (...) Non-governmental peace workers sharing information by cell phone to help monitor and prevent violence in the South African township of Soshanguve, near Pretoria. (...) In addition, Ushahidi has helped people to use cell phones and the Internet to track the availability of medicines in pharmacies in Kenya, Uganda, Malawi and Zambia.
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Score: 1240624.9 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ricans-put-technology-new-uses
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PowerPoint Presentation THE NATIONAL COST OF VoIP BYPASS NATIONAL COST OF VoIP BYPASS President & C.E.O Presented by Graham Butler Bitek International Inc Caribbean Seminar: Issues in Telecommunication economics and financing 10 - 13 September 2007, Antigua and Barbuda Introducing Bitek • US based company established in 1974 (33 Years) • Offices in Los Angeles, Washington DC, and London • Specialises in Call Management Software Solutions • History in Traditional Call Accounting and Billing • Specialists in IP Billing, Fraud & Packet Management • Bitek has over 50 clients on 3 continents Introducing Bitek International Bitek intelligently controls and filters all VoIP communications Intelligent Network Solutions Honduras PSTN USA PSTNCarrier Traffic Traditional Telephony Example Honduras - USA Traditional Tracking Changes in Communications Cell Honduras Cell User USA Cell Traffic Telephony using VoIP Lap Top Via WiFi USA Cell Honduras PSTN VoIP Traffic Cell Honduras Honduras Internet Partner A USA Internet Partner B Traditional Voice By Pass “Grey traffic” Lost revenue to Country USA PSTN Wireless Hot Spot Wireless Hot Spot Cell Via WiFi PDA Via WiFi Bitek Guardians’ invisibly detect and stop all un- authorized traffic and are deployed between partners A & B (Detection points) Local Call Changes in Communications THE NATIONAL COST OF VoIP BYPASS Records and Reports • Detailed records are even individually searchable • Actual IP address initiating the call/event • Actual IP address receiving the call/event • Actual Mac address initiating the call/event • Actual Mac address receiving the call/event • Actual telephone number initiating the call/event • Actual telephone number receiving the call/event • Actual email address initiating the call/event • Actual email address receiving the call/event • Time the call/event was initiated • Time the call/event was disconnected • Geographic location of IP addresses/suspect can be produced in some cases through registries • Selectively filtering to allow “identified as authorized” and “disconnect identified as un-authorized” VOIP traffic on a call-by-call basis THE NATIONAL COST OF VoIP BYPASS Protocols and Services Controlled Main protocols: SIP, H323, Megaco, MGCP, Skinny, SCCP, IAX, XMPP Soft Phones and VoIP: MSN, Vonage, NetMeeting, SKYPE, XLite, Glophone, GoogleTalk, Yahoo, Net2phone,Dialpad, Paket8, Gismo Project, TomatoVine, SpeakEasy, Mediaring, SJPhone, Notes: • Continued development of new signatures as they are released • Any protocol or process can be detected if specifically required What is Lawful VoIP? (...) Illegal traffic is local, national or international telecommunication traffic that bypasses or defrauds the domestic telecoms Regulator Illegal Grey traffic Has reduced your long distance revenue. • At least 60% of your bandwidth is being used by competitors • This can account for millions of lost dollars P2P traffic • Use “names” to avoid being described as a telephone service • Offering free calls; Stealing current & future revenues • Potential damage to Corporate networks & Infrastructure Today’s Market • Skype subscriptions anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 25% (over the next 5 years) • Yahoo, MSN, and AOL: VoIP services anticipated to grow to 19% of IM users (by 2011) • Google: Expected growth by a CAGR of 38% (over the next 5 years) • Skype projects 7.4% of its users will call landline and cell phones via VoIP (by 2011) • Skype has been downloaded more than 250 million times P2P VoIP Growth is Exploding July 31, 2006 (Source Pyramid Research) • Middle East President of Telco confirmed over US $400million loss • Mid Asia Regulator and PTT publish loses over US $500million • North Africa PT&T measured loss at US $400million in 2006 • Sub-Sahara Africa Measured at over US $60million losses in 2005 • Central America Government officially recognizes loss over US $100million • Europe VoIP bypass calls exceeded $30bn in 2005 to Africa Around the World Evidence of the Crisis • Compliance • Reliability of Supply • Value for Money • Variety / Choice • Technology Renewal • Taxes and Levy’s • Security and Lawful Intercept • Political Capital (easy life) Governments Demand Issues and Expectations • Governments already demand VOICE Licenses are Bought and Complied with • Operators have paid for licenses, staff, infrastructure, taxes and bandwidth • Regulators are normally funded on a percentage • Taxes are supposed to be collected for value received • Economy only benefits by keeping money in country Managing VoIP Why Protect VoIP from Bypass?
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Score: 1232774.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...ntations/Bitek_VoIP_Bypass.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Doc 9284-2017-2018.AddendumNo2.en.docx Doc 9284-AN/905 2017-2018 Edition ADDENDUM NO. 2 21/6/17 INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SAFE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR 2017-2018 EDITION ADDENDUM NO. 2 The attached addendum should be incorporated into the 2017-2018 Edition of the Technical Instructions (Doc 9284) and is applicable from 1 July 2017. (3 pages) Doc 9284-AN/905 2017-2018 Edition ADDENDUM NO. 2 - 1 - TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SAFE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY AIR In Part 8, Chapter 1, page 8-1-8, Table 8-1, replace item 20) with the following: 20) Portable electronic devices (such as watches, calculating machines, cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers, camcorders) Portable electronic devices containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries (articles containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries the primary purpose of which is to provide power to another device must be carried as spare batteries in accordance with the item below) Yes Yes Yes No No a) carried by passengers or crew for personal use; b) should be carried as carry-on baggage; c) each battery must not exceed the following: — for lithium metal batteries, a lithium content of 2 grams; or — for lithium ion batteries, a Watt-hour rating of 100 Wh; d) if devices are carried in checked baggage: — measures must be taken to prevent unintentional activation and to protect the devices from damage; and — the devices must be completely switched off (not in sleep or hibernation mode); and e) batteries and cells must be of a type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3. Spare batteries for portable electronic devices containing lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries No Yes Yes No No a) carried by passengers or crew for personal use; b) must be individually protected so as to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch); c) each battery must not exceed the following: — for lithium metal batteries, a lithium content of 2 grams; or — for lithium ion batteries, a Watt-hour rating of 100 Wh; and d) batteries and cells must be of a type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3. Doc 9284-AN/905 2017-2018 Edition ADDENDUM NO. 2 - 2 - Portable electronic devices containing lithium ion batteries exceeding a Watt-hour rating of 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh Yes Yes Yes Yes No a) carried by passengers or crew for personal use; b) should be carried as carry-on baggage; c) if devices are carried in checked baggage: — measures must be taken to prevent unintentional activation and to protect the devices from damage; and — the devices must be completely switched off (not in sleep or hibernation mode); and d) batteries and cells must be of a type which meets the requirements of each test in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3.
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Score: 1232019.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...4-2017-2018.AddendumNo2.en.pdf
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This is what he called the “dematerialization” of things that people used to own, and that are now free on our cell phones. “The son or daughter of a billionaire here in Manhattan, or the son or daughter of the poorest person in Kenya, has access to the same free applications, the same knowledge and information. (...) There are so many people who climb up the trees in order to get cell phone signal that they call them fireflies because at night, all you can see in the darkness is all of the flashing lights of the cell phones high up in the trees as they are hoping to get a signal.
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Score: 1231472.9 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...worlds-development-challenges/
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REVIEW OF THE METHODOLOGY FOR RATES OF REIMBURSEMENT TO TROOP-CONTRIBUTING COUNTRIES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : ADDENDUM
IN CASE THE UNITED NATIONS NEEDS ANY CLARIFICATION REGARDING THE RESPONSES TO THIS SECTION OF THE SURVEY, INDICATE WHO SHOULD BE CONTACTED IN YOUR COUNTRY Name: _________________________________________________________ Designation/post: _________________________________________________________ Phone: ______________________ Fax: ________________________ Format for phone and fax: (country code)-(city code)-(phone number) E-mail: _________________________________________________________ Page 1 of 15 8 A/60/725/Add.1 Country: ________________ 1. (...) Name: _____________________________________________________________ Designation/post: _____________________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ Fax: __________________________ Format for phone and fax: (country code)-(city code)-(phone number) E-mail: _____________________________________________________________ Page 1 of 5 44 A/60/725/Add.1 Country: ________________ 1. (...) Name: _____________________________________________________________ Designation/post: _____________________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ Fax: __________________________ Format for phone and fax: (country code)-(city code)-(phone number) E-mail: _____________________________________________________________ Page 1 of 4 49 A/60/725/Add.1 Country: ________________ 1.
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Score: 1231155 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/60/725/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Nixon, CPA, International Organization Tax Associates (IOTA) Manhattan: 535 Fifth Avenue (44th Street) - 4th Floor, NY 10017 Phone: 646-218-9840, E-mail: info@iotaustax.com iWestchester Office: 520 White Plains Road, Suite 500, Tarrytown, NY 10591 Phone: (914)720-2070; E-mail: info@iotaustax.com Ana Britoii, EA 1758 Pophan Ave. PH., Bronx, NY 10453 Phone: 718-299-3795, Email: britoana@yahoo.com Ahsen Aziz Chowdhury 47 Waldron Ave, Staten Island, NY 10301 Phone: 646-346-0054; E-mail: ahsenchowdhury@yahoo.com Commonground Tax Service LLC PO Box 1713; New York NY 10163 Email: commongroundtaxservice@gmail.com; Tel: 973-342-3276 – 973-619-7133; Fax: 973-759-2660 Mohan Jauhari, M. Com., EA with IRS 4030 Liberty Creek Parkway, Coopersburg, PA 18036 Phone: 484-857-7010, Cell: 484-515-3591, E-mail: jauharimohan@gmail.com Mr.
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Score: 1230358.6 - https://www.un.org/other/afics...10112_accountants_210112_0.pdf
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Information technology (IT) and telecommunication equipment, personal computers, laptops, printers, photocopiers, telephones, cell phones, modems, routers, tablets, data processing management equipment, etc. 4. (...) Small ICT: Typical devices include cell phones, global positioning systems (GPS), pocket calculators, routers, personal computers, printers and telephones.
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Score: 1228243.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page15.html
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