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The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities | Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Our Mandate Security Council Resolutions General Assembly Resolutions Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Members of the CTC Executive Director of CTED Press Kits What We Do Assessments  CTC Visit Framework Electronic Detailed Implementation Survey Global Implementation Surveys Member States National Reports Research & Analysis Facilitation of Technical Assistance Partnerships Focus Areas Countering the financing of terrorism Border security and arms trafficking Law enforcement Legal issues Human Rights Integrating gender into counter-terrorism Countering violent extremism and terrorist narratives Information and Communications Technologies Foreign Terrorist Fighters Counter-terrorism strategies Publications CTED Publications Security Council/CTC Policy Guidance News and Media Upcoming Events News Newsletter Press Releases Media Coverage Multimedia Statements Press Kits Subscribe Resources CTC/CTED Basic Documents CTC/CTED Founding Documents CTC/CTED Work Programmes Reviews of CTED Working Methods CTC Policy Guidance Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) UN Documents General Assembly Resolutions Reports of Security Council subsidiary bodies Secretary-General’s ISIL reports Security Council Resolutions Security Council Presidential Statements International Legal Instruments Employment Home The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities Today, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) launched the Data Disclosure Framework (DDF) — a practical tool that outlines practices developed by international service providers in responding to data requests submitted by foreign criminal justice authorities. (...) It is the latest in a series of practical tools developed in 2021 by the UN Global Initiative on Handling Electronic Evidence, and the first to specifically target smaller tech companies and micro-platforms, providing them with a unique road map for rapidly and lawfully responding to foreign requests for e-evidence in counter-terrorism investigations.
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Score: 1018939.4 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...ech-companies-respond-requests
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The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities | Security Council Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About Us Our Mandate Security Council Resolutions General Assembly Resolutions Chair of the Counter-Terrorism Committee Members of the CTC Executive Director of CTED Press Kits What We Do Assessments  CTC Visit Framework Electronic Detailed Implementation Survey Global Implementation Surveys Member States National Reports Research & Analysis Facilitation of Technical Assistance Partnerships Focus Areas Countering the financing of terrorism Border security and arms trafficking Law enforcement Legal issues Human Rights Integrating gender into counter-terrorism Countering violent extremism and terrorist narratives Information and Communications Technologies Foreign Terrorist Fighters Counter-terrorism strategies Publications CTED Publications Security Council/CTC Policy Guidance News and Media Upcoming Events News Newsletter Press Releases Media Coverage Multimedia Statements Press Kits Subscribe Resources CTC/CTED Basic Documents CTC/CTED Founding Documents CTC/CTED Work Programmes Reviews of CTED Working Methods CTC Policy Guidance Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) UN Documents General Assembly Resolutions Reports of Security Council subsidiary bodies Secretary-General’s ISIL reports Security Council Resolutions Security Council Presidential Statements International Legal Instruments Employment Home The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities The Data Disclosure Framework (DDF): A unique road map developed to help tech companies respond to requests from foreign criminal justice authorities Today, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) launched the Data Disclosure Framework (DDF) — a practical tool that outlines practices developed by international service providers in responding to data requests submitted by foreign criminal justice authorities. (...) It is the latest in a series of practical tools developed in 2021 by the UN Global Initiative on Handling Electronic Evidence, and the first to specifically target smaller tech companies and micro-platforms, providing them with a unique road map for rapidly and lawfully responding to foreign requests for e-evidence in counter-terrorism investigations.
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Score: 1018939.4 - https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/ctc/node/16805
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Culture Leveraging the unique identity, culture, purpose and strengths of an organization to advance sustainability and corporate success. (...) Board duties vary across countries and jurisdictions, but typically include oversight of business strategy, risk management and legal compliance, as well as the recruitment and compensation of executives. Boards are uniquely positioned to drive change by overseeing the integration of sustainability into the company’s mission, strategy, goals and practices. (...) At its simplest level, branding creates an overall identity and story, marketing tells the story to activate the desired response and public relations manages relationships and reputation. Beyond promoting a company’s new, more sustainable innovations these functions are uniquely positioned to use a number of its traditional strengths to maximize the business value of a company’s sustainability efforts.
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Score: 1015693.4 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...tegrate-sustainability/roadmap
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Participation in the UN Global Compact at the LEAD-eligible level provides a unique opportunity to be recognized for commitment, to lead to a new era of sustainability. (...) As a highly engaged part of the UN Global Compact, Global Compact LEAD companies are uniquely positioned to inspire widespread uptake of sustainability solutions among businesses around the world. (...) In this event, the company will no longer fulfill the eligibility criteria for LEAD and its name will be removed from the list of Participants in the platform.
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Score: 1015622 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...take-action/leadership/gc-lead
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UN Global Compact Strategy 2021–2023 | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us UN Global Compact Strategy 2021–2023 One Global Compact: Uniting Business for A Better World The United Nations Global Compact is uniquely positioned to support companies as they align their practices for a sustainable and inclusive future while building back stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic. (...) To achieve our ambition in this Decade of Action, we will drive impact through two main paths: accountable companies and enabling ecosystems. Accountable companies are businesses that are devoted to accelerating their own individual company’s progress in upholding the Ten Principles and contributing to the Global Goals. (...) We will adapt each programme to each country’s unique needs. Harnessing the Collective Action of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMEs) .
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Score: 1011583 - https://www.unglobalcompact.org/what-is-gc/strategy
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It is known that the collection contains a large number of unique film prints that are often lost in their country of origin. (...) There can be no doubt about the authenticity of the company papers, correspondence, etc., as these are unique documents. (...) TIME: Due to its very early origins in 1907 as a film distribution company, Desmet provides an almost unique (and rather complete) look into the practice of European film distribution before the WWI.
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Score: 996352.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...t/files/netherlands_desmet.pdf
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&Drug ({ManufacturerSchemes}{@.scheme})} MANUFACTURER-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Manufacturer, &Drug } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Manufacturer PRODUCING &Drug } ManufacturerSchemes MANUFACTURER-SCHEME ::= {...} (...) &Certification ({InsuranceSchemes}{@.scheme})} INSURANCE-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Company, &InsuranceType, &Certification } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Company USING &InsuranceType CERTIFIED WITH &Certification } InsuranceSchemes INSURANCE-SCHEME ::= {...} medicalRecordIdentification IDENTIFICATION ::= { CATEGORY id-med-rec IDENTIFIED WITH MedicalRecordIdentification } MedicalRecordIdentification ::= SEQUENCE { scheme MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME. (...) &Record ({MedicalRecordSchemes}{@.scheme})} MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Organisation, &RecordType, &Record } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Organisation USING &RecordType WITH FORMAT &Record } MedicalRecordSchemes MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME ::= {...}
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Score: 983394.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...8/E-health-identification.html
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&Drug ({ManufacturerSchemes}{@.scheme})} MANUFACTURER-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Manufacturer, &Drug } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Manufacturer PRODUCING &Drug } ManufacturerSchemes MANUFACTURER-SCHEME ::= {...} (...) &Certification ({InsuranceSchemes}{@.scheme})} INSURANCE-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Company, &InsuranceType, &Certification } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Company USING &InsuranceType CERTIFIED WITH &Certification } InsuranceSchemes INSURANCE-SCHEME ::= {...} medicalRecordIdentification IDENTIFICATION ::= { CATEGORY id-med-rec IDENTIFIED WITH MedicalRecordIdentification } MedicalRecordIdentification ::= SEQUENCE { scheme MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME. (...) &Record ({MedicalRecordSchemes}{@.scheme})} MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME ::= CLASS { &id OBJECT IDENTIFIER UNIQUE, &name SchemeName OPTIONAL, &Organisation, &RecordType, &Record } WITH SYNTAX { SCHEME [NAME &name] IDENTIFIED BY &id FOR &Organisation USING &RecordType WITH FORMAT &Record } MedicalRecordSchemes MEDICAL-RECORD-SCHEME ::= {...}
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Score: 983394.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...18/E-health-identification.asn
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JAKE HOROWITZ – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy on Youth Envoy’s Workplan Youth 2030 Stories Climate Action Humanitarian Action Youth4Peace Young Leaders About the Young Leaders for the SDGs 2016 Class 2018 Class 2020 Class Become a Young Leader Contact Donate Now JAKE HOROWITZ Jake Horowitz is the co-founder and editor-at-large of Mic, a news and media company targeted toward millennials to capture the unique worldview of this generation. (...) It was clear that the millennial generation holds a unique worldview that wasn’t being captured.” This led Jake to co-found Mic, a news and media company run by and for millennials. (...) Jake believes in the unique power of young people to bring the Sustainable Development Goals to life: “The achievement of the Goals depends on our generation knowing them and understanding how we can collectively leverage the tools at our disposal to make a difference.”
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Score: 982697.6 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/jake-horowitz/
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Page No. 1150/PM 25/10/1993 (Unofficial Translation) 5 10.11 To co-operate with the appropriate authorities in order to promote and develop the various forms of tourism within the municipality of Vientiane, to preserve the unique customs, be they local or national, and to create a fine atmosphere. 10.12 To implement all the regulations and laws strictly and correctly. 10.13 To facilitate the authorities involved in the execution of their duty in respect of company activities. 10.14 To safeguard the independence, sovereignty and the maintenance of social order of the state when entering into agreements with foreign companies. (...) *These programs should be unique and not similar to those offered by other companies. 18.7. (...) An outline of the project for promoting the uniqueness of Lao PDR detailing the investment and plans. 18.9.
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Score: 976879 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_48.pdf
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