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Score: 1238961.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/72/wp-c...Peace-Summary-12-September.pdf
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According to the CEO of the ISDI Digital Business School, “60 days of lockdown have sped up global digitalization by six years”.1 The measures taken by the governments of various nations, such as compulsory confinement, have shown the importance and scope of ICTs in tackling this sort of crisis. In the case of Colombia, telecommunications were even declared essential services during the pandemic.2 But the situation we are currently experiencing also highlights the challenges that still remain in terms of access and technological competence. (...) According to the article “Digital Transformation: From Ideal to Necessity”, this will involve “accelerating public plans and programmes for universal access, while regulation must continue along its path of flexibility, obviously safeguarding the investment environment and healthy competition”.2 Returning to the lessons learned in the case of Colombia, telecommunication service operators have shown signs of commitment to the continued regulation of quality and speeds. Building awareness among users about Internet usage has enabled the country to avoid congestion during lockdown. 1 By 2021, 40% of European GDP will be digitized – news report available at https://sostenibles.org/2020/06/11/la-digitalizacion- del-mundo/ (in Spanish). 2 “Transformación Digital: de Ideal a Esencial” (“Digital Transformation: From Ideal to Necessity”), available at https://telos.fundaciontelefonica.com/transformacion-digital-de-ideal-a-esencial/ (in Spanish).
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Score: 1180893.75 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...GSR20Contribution_Colombia.pdf
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It is clear from the plethora of initiatives underway globally that the idea and ideals of smart cities is quite broadly conceived. (...) While these technologies offer solutions to urban problems, they also raise a number of concerns relating to surveillance, dataveillance and privacy, predictive profiling, social sorting and redlining, anticipatory governance and nudging, and control creep and security. (...) The dominant ways in which the citizens are framed include a data point, a targeted consumer, a user, a sorted individual, and a surveilled, controlled, and policed subject.
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Score: 1174952.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page21.html
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(see issues below) 2. What sorts of issues do you have to deal with? 3. How do you protect your children/yourself online? (...) Self image and identity e.g. a. body image b. Photoshop and Idealization c. collection of “likes” Committed to Connecting the World 3.
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Score: 1158128.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...20PARENT%20%26%20EDUCATORS.pdf
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.  The world has been greatly impacted with activities, projects and initiatives embarked upon by different NPOs over the last few decades Importance of NPOs Though driven by different ideals and concerns, activities of NPOs are essentially designed render to help and render assistance to members of the public with the aim to save, respect and improve life and conditions of living . whilst Governments irrespective of its nature and size may not be able to meet all the needs of its peoples, NPOs give ancillary support to the people and act as a check to possible misuse of public assets and abuse of peoples rights which is invaluable to development, peace and progress NGOs, Nigerian Perspective  A large number of NPOs operate across the country  The legal regime in Nigeria allows both local an international NP0s to operate  The people use NPOs as a platforms to help the poor and fight injustice and to ensure effective and equitable distribution of resources.  Some trust the NPOs more than some institutions of Government  Some privileged persons in the society often set up NPOs as a vehicle through which they can give back to the society.  There is no detailed continuous monitoring process of the source and application of funds by NPOs in Nigeria Vulnerability of NPOs  They enjoy the trust and acceptability of the people and therefore can be very attractive for criminals to hijack and use it to carry out their criminal activities, including supporting or financing terrorism  NPOs attract less scrutiny from the authorities and as such are most likely to over looked at and are thus allowed unwittingly to beat certain checks by appropriate authorities  They are open to funding from all sorts and therefore a very attractive vehicle to raise funds for terrorist activities Vulnerability  NPOs have the capacity to gain access to all the nooks and crannies of any given environment with less stringent monitoring of the services and messages rendered by the NPOs  A great number of them are not captured in the official database of government and could therefore operate clandestinely to perpetuate evil  Some local NPOs seek and obtain international affiliations and therefore subject themselves to the dictates and directives from their international partners. This sort of affiliations can lead to change in ideals and objectives overtime, either consciously or unconsciously Suggested actions to be take to prevent abuse of NPOs  Engagement with NPOs and training and sensitization  Clear legal framework to govern the ownerships and governance structure of NPOs  Proper documentations and registration of NPOs is vital to aid in recognising the official ones from the one not known to the authorities  Continuous monitoring of all financial transactions connecting NPOs Continued  Proper identification of trustees of the NPOs and a detailed fit and proper test should be conducted on persons and entities before they could be allowed to run an NPO  NPOs should be encouraged to form self regulatory associations with the aim of reporting shady activities of any NPO to government authorities  Financial institutions must continually work with the FIUs and Regulators to regularly work on red flags on suspicious transactions as it relates to NPOs Continue  For the purposes of supervision, NPOs are designated as DNFBPs and are regulated by the Special Control Unit on Money Laundering.  SCUML regulates NPOs with the following Legal and Institutional framework.  Money Laundering Prohibition Act 2011 ( as amended)  Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (DNFBP) Regulations 2013 and  The Terrorism Prevention Act 2011 (as amended)  Special Control Unit on Money Laundering Regulation, 2013 Continue  According to the records provided by the Special control Unit on Money Laundering in Nigeria only 3869 NPOs were registered in Nigeria.
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Score: 1148973.5 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...1630-francis-usani-nigeria.pdf
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Some oversimplification is necessary for this paper. a) The ideal family size The ideal number of children is determined by the marginal utility and disutility functions of children for a given socio-economic group (Tabbarah, 1992). (...) In a survey, for example, the appropriate question is of the sort: “if you had the necessary income, how many children would you want to have?” For the desired number, the question would be of the sort: “given your present and expected income, how many children do you want to have?”
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Score: 1098206.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ents/pdf/expert/4/tabbarah.pdf
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We realize in GAC that there is not an idealized model to be recommended because the situation varies from country to country depending on the history of the introduction of the Internet, on the legal and regulatory framework and on the local sensitivity to domain names issues. (...) Any kind of position of the international bodies involved should then not be used to force an idealized model that has to be solved locally; this is also the reason for the careful analysis that is under way within GAC for the revision of the GAC Principles for the delegation and administration of the Country Code Top Level Domains. (...) Final recommendations: · The survey should become more inclusive of the community of ccs. · The survey should be reviewed regularly and kept updated since the situation is varying constantly. · The registries should be involved directly. · A sort of performance analysis should be conducted in order to provide an indirect best practice that should take note of the particular situation in each country.
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Score: 1089793.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...contributions/ccTLD-KL-012.doc
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Some oversimplification is necessary for this paper. a) The ideal family size The ideal number of children is determined by the marginal utility and disutility functions of children for a given socio-economic group (Tabbarah, 1992). (...) In a survey, for example, the appropriate question is of the sort: “if you had the necessary income, how many children would you want to have?” For the desired number, the question would be of the sort: “given your present and expected income, how many children do you want to have?”
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Score: 1064573.8 - https://www.un.org/development...dan_lebanon_syria_tabbarah.pdf
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The drawback of this reliability and latency using random placement, l–w solution is that it is resource intensive and only ideal for greedy and simulated annealing. The results suggest that simulated annealing yields the most optimal solution in small and medium network instances. (...) Therefore, this genetic algorithm leveraging the Non‑dominated Sorting solution is restricted to small and medium–scale network Genetic Algorithm (NSGA) II framework to optimize load instances. (...) Authors conclude switch–to–controller latency which is a critical parameter that their solution consumes a lot of CPU resources and is in SDN. only ideal for small and medium–sized networks. Ksentini et al. [24] consider three objectives in optimizing Rath et al. [19] propose a Non–Zero–Sum game controller placement: (i) switch–to–controller latency, theory approach to optimize controllers’ utilization.
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Score: 1063569.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page63.html
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The drawback of this reliability and latency using random placement, l–w solution is that it is resource intensive and only ideal for greedy and simulated annealing. The results suggest that simulated annealing yields the most optimal solution in small and medium network instances. (...) Therefore, this genetic algorithm leveraging the Non‑dominated Sorting solution is restricted to small and medium–scale network Genetic Algorithm (NSGA) II framework to optimize load instances. (...) Authors conclude switch–to–controller latency which is a critical parameter that their solution consumes a lot of CPU resources and is in SDN. only ideal for small and medium–sized networks. Ksentini et al. [24] consider three objectives in optimizing Rath et al. [19] propose a Non–Zero–Sum game controller placement: (i) switch–to–controller latency, theory approach to optimize controllers’ utilization.
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Score: 1063569.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page63.html
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