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The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Designing of policy and operational framework as well as information architecture to implement standards-based, open and long- term access to UN information through digitization; II. Mass digitization and accumulation of digital information electronically; Continued scanning of some four to five million most important pages and documents and digitizing them (out of the 20 million), quality control of scanned outputs, conversion for optical character recognition, subject analysis, metadata creation and uploading to UN websites and repositories. (...) Cut the spine if need be 5. Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 1218970.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-219.pdf
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The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Designing of policy and operational framework as well as information architecture to implement standards-based, open and long- term access to UN information through digitization; II. Mass digitization and accumulation of digital information electronically; Continued scanning of some four to five million most important pages and documents and digitizing them (out of the 20 million), quality control of scanned outputs, conversion for optical character recognition, subject analysis, metadata creation and uploading to UN websites and repositories. (...) Cut the spine if need be 5. Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 1215715.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-220.pdf
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The Post legally identifies a customer and provides him/her with the ability to digitally sign an electronic document or a message. (...) The bank electronically requests validation of the digital identity from the issuing Post, which issues the bank with a token repre- senting the validation of that digital identity. (...) Digital postage Enables customers to electronically order, pay and download postage for doc- uments or merchandise through the Post’s website, smartphone application or SMS.
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Score: 1018252.3 - https://www.upu.int/UPU/media/...urveysAndQuestionnaires/EN.pdf
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Application program interface (API): in respect of digital broadcasting, the software interfaces between applications in electronic communications devices made available by broadcasters or other electronic communication service providers, and the resources in digital television sets available for digital television and radio services. 2. (...) Digital free-to-air broadcasting network or free-to-air broadcasting station: the entirety of electronic communications devices and electronic communication structures using the frequencies allocated for digital free-to- air broadcasting according to the legal regulation stipulating the allocation of national frequency bands for that purpose; 5. (...) Related facilities include conditional access systems and electronic program guide; 23. Supplementary digital service: an information society-related service, including content provision, and a generally digital interactive television service transmitted to the users via the digital transmission network, which does not classify as an electronic communication service under Article 188 (13) of the Electronic Communications Act or a program provision under Article 2 (30) of the Media Act.
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Score: 1008084.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...20on%20Rules%20of%20TV_DSO.pdf
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Application program interface (API): in respect of digital broadcasting, the software interfaces between applications in electronic communications devices made available by broadcasters or other electronic communication service providers, and the resources in digital television sets available for digital television and radio services. 2. (...) Digital free-to-air broadcasting network or free-to-air broadcasting station: the entirety of electronic communications devices and electronic communication structures using the frequencies allocated for digital free-to- air broadcasting according to the legal regulation stipulating the allocation of national frequency bands for that purpose; 5. (...) Related facilities include conditional access systems and electronic program guide; 23. Supplementary digital service: an information society-related service, including content provision, and a generally digital interactive television service transmitted to the users via the digital transmission network, which does not classify as an electronic communication service under Article 188 (13) of the Electronic Communications Act or a program provision under Article 2 (30) of the Media Act.
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Score: 1008084.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Hungary/eng_2007_74_tv_das.pdf
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Digital TV provides higher signal quality, interference-free reception, wider choice through additional TV programmes and new services, such as digital teletext, interactivity, Electronic Programme Guides (EPG) and High Definition Television (HDTV). (...) The remaining part of capacity will be assigned to additional services such as digital teletext, electronic programme guides (EPG), etc. (...) Information services – services provided by television broadcasters and businesses providing activities in the field of digital electronic media, or producing digital contents: 2.1.
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Score: 1002150.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...a/Strategija-DTV-ENG-final.pdf
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DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
Emphasis is placed on electronic commerce as a key component of the digital economy. (...) The broad scope includes the use of various digital technologies for performing activities such as electronic business, electronic commerce, automation and artificial intelligence, the sharing economy (for example, Alibaba and Airbnb) and online labour platforms (for example, Upwork and Amazon Mechanical Turk). (...) With regard to the digital economy and electronic commerce, the Commission may wish to discuss the following matters, ideally by reflecting on the experiences of member States: (a) As the digital economy and electronic commerce are multisectoral by nature, how can government agencies and ministries, together with other partners, including the private sector, work together to promote the digital economy and electronic commerce for inclusive and sustainable development; (b) As data on the digital economy and electronic commerce underpin evidence-based policymaking, what are the solutions to collect such data. 44.
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Score: 992209.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=ESCAP/75/20&Lang=E
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ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES : DRAFT GUIDE TO ENACTMENT OF THE UNCITRAL UNIFORM RULES ON ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
B. Digital signatures and other electronic signatures 29. (...) However, UNCITRAL has intended to develop Uniform Rules that can facilitate the use of both digital signatures and other forms of electronic signatures. (...) In view of the increasing use of digital signature techniques in a number of countries, the following introduction may be of assistance to those preparing legislation on electronic signatures.
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Score: 991342.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/CN.9/WG.IV/WP.86&Lang=E
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POSSIBLE FUTURE WORK ON ELECTRONIC COMMERCE : COMPREHENSIVE REFERENCE DOCUMENT ON ELEMENTS REQUIRED TO ESTABLISH A FAVOURABLE LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR ELECTRONIC COMMERCE : SAMPLE CHAPTER ON INTERNATIONAL USE OF ELECTRONIC AUTHENTICATION AND SIGNATURE METHODS : ADDENDUM
(vi) Other uses of digital signature technology 9. As indicated above, digital signature technology has a much broader use than merely to “sign” electronic communications in the same manner that handwritten signatures are used to sign documents (see paragraph […]). (...) The main difficulty results from the risk that the “original” electronic records (that is, the binary digits, or “bits” that make up the computer file on which the information is recorded), including the digital signature, may become unreadable or unreliable over time, mainly because of the obsolescence of the software, the equipment or both. (...) Besides, there is the possibility to tamper with or falsify the biometric data stored in digital form. 40. The general reliability tests under the UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Signatures21 and Model Law on Electronic Commerce,22 as well as under the more recent United Nations Convention on the Use of Electronic Communications in International Contracts,23 can be applied to the use of biometric signatures.
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Score: 990000.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=A/CN.9/630/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Because of the nascent stage of development of electronic commerce there is much uncertainty about the nature of trade that will take place in intangible or digital products and a difficulty in determining the classification of such products as goods or services. (...) In light of the potential for the expansion of the economy by utilizing electronic commerce to economically reach a much wider market place and to focus on specific high yield customers, we believe that it would not be prudent to implement direct taxation on the trade in digital products and services delivered through the means of electronic commerce at this time. Thus Barbados should support the provisional agreement to not introduce any new tax on electronic transmissions through which digital products and services are delivered.
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Score: 989901.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/devel_e/sem05_e/barbados.doc
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