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and most important and most likely to collect from most countries • Telecom sector mandate: Subscriber, usage and revenue statistics • Audience: Analysts, governments See: Document 1: DEFINITIONS OF WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION/ICT INDICATORS Final Version (April 2007) Summary 109TOTAL 7Other indicators 9Community access indicators 4Investment 8Revenue 6Staff 19Tariffs (fixed, mobile, internet) 21Traffic (fixed, mobile) 3Quality of service 18Internet 7Mobile cellular network 7Fixed telephone network NumberIndicator Telephone network Public payphones1112 Number of localities with telephone service1163 Percent of main (fixed) lines in urban areas1162 Percent of main (fixed) lines which are residential 116 Percent of main (fixed) lines connected to digital exchanges 1142 Total capacity of local public switching exchanges 117 Main (fixed) telephone lines in operation112 code IndicatorITU Mobile cellular indicators Percent coverage of mobile cellular network (population) 271pop Percent coverage of mobile cellular network (land area) 271land Number of cellular mobile subscribers with access to data communications at broadband speeds 271mb Total number of subscribers to low and medium speed access to data communications 271L Digital mobile cellular subscribers2712 Mobile cellular subscribers: prepaid subscribers 271p Mobile cellular telephone subscribers (post-paid + prepaid) 271 IndicatorITU code Internet Female Internet users as percent of female population 4212f%f Percent female Internet users4212f Estimated Internet users4212 Leased line Internet subscribers4213l Other fixed broadband Internet subscribers4213ob DSL Internet subscribers4213dsl Cable modem Internet subscribers4213cab Total fixed broadband Internet subscribers4213tfb Dial-up Internet subscribers4213d Total (fixed) Internet subscribers4213 IndicatorITU code Internet (cont..) International Internet bandwidth (Mbit/s) - Incoming4214ic International Internet bandwidth (Mbit/s) - Outgoing4214og Total International Internet bandwidth (Mbit/s)4214 ISDN voice channel equivalents28c Primary rate ISDN subscribers282 Basic rate ISDN subscribers281 ISDN subscribers28 PWLAN locations424 IndicatorITU code Quality of Service Percent of telephone faults cleared by next working day 141 Faults per 100 main (fixed) lines per year143 Waiting list for main (fixed) lines123 IndicatorITU code Traffic (minutes) International incoming total telephone traffic (minutes)132ti International outgoing total telephone traffic (minutes)132t International incoming and outgoing total telephone traffic (minutes) 132tb International incoming fixed telephone traffic (minutes)132mi International outgoing fixed telephone traffic (minutes)132m International incoming and outgoing fixed telephone traffic (minutes) 132mb Internet Dial-up traffic (minutes)1311im National outgoing fixed to mobile traffic (minutes)1313wm National (fixed) trunk telephone traffic (minutes)1312m Local fixed telephone traffic (minutes)1311m IndicatorITU code Traffic - Mobile cellular indicators Number of countries with which there is a roaming agreement. 133rm MMS sent133mms SMS sent133sms Roaming minutes by foreign subscribers 1336wm Roaming minutes (outside home network)1334wm Incoming international minutes to mobile network1335wm Outgoing/originating mobile minutes to international1333wm Outgoing mobile minutes to fixed networks1332wmf Outgoing/originating mobile minutes to other mobile networks 1332wm Outgoing/originating mobile minutes to same mobile network 1331wm Outgoing national mobile minutes133wm IndicatorITU code Fixed telephone tariffs Monthly subscription for business telephone service 152b Installation fee for business telephone service151b Price of a 3-minute fixed telephone local call (off-peak rate) 153o Price of a 3-minute fixed telephone local call (peak rate) 153 Monthly subscription for residential telephone service 152 Installation fee for residential telephone service151 IndicatorITU code Mobile cellular tariffs Mobile cellular - price of SMS 153sms Mobile cellular - price of 3 minute local call (off-peak)153co Mobile cellular - price of 3 minute local call (peak)153c Mobile cellular monthly subscription152c Mobile cellular - cheapest recharge card value151pcard Mobile cellular connection charge151c IndicatorITU code Internet tariffs Broadband Internet monthly subscription4213bs Broadband Internet connection charge4213bc Internet access tariff (20 hours per month)4213_t20 Dial-up Internet - price of per minute (off-peak) connection 4213po Dial-up Internet - price of per minute (peak) connection 4213p Dial-up Internet monthly subscription4213s Dial-up Internet connection charge4213c IndicatorITU code Staff Female professional mobile telecommunication staff51wfp Female mobile telecommunication staff51wf Mobile telecommunication staff51w Female professional telecommunication staff 51fp Female telecommunication staff51f Total full-time telecommunication staff51 IndicatorITU code Revenue Revenue from international calls7133 Revenue from national long distance calls7132 Revenue from local calls7131 Revenue from fixed telephone calls 713 Revenue from fixed telephone subscription charges712 Revenue from fixed telephone connection charges711 Revenue from fixed telephone service71 Total revenue from all telecommunication services75 IndicatorITU code Revenue (cont.) Other telecommunication revenues74 Revenue from fixed value-added telecommunication services 733 Revenue from leased lines 732 Revenue from Internet services7311 Revenue from data services731 Text and multimedia messaging revenues741m Mobile data revenues 741d Revenue from mobile communications 741 IndicatorITU code Investment Foreign investment841f Mobile communication investment841m Fixed telephone service investment83 Total annual investment in telecom 81 IndicatorITU code Community Access Indicators Actual Digital Community Centre (DCC) usage percentagePIAC9 Total number of computers in Digital Community Centres (DCC)PIAC8 Target population for DCC (Digital Community Centres) servicesPIAC4 Percentage of the population with access to a public Internet access centre (PIAC) PIAC2 Percentage of localities with public Internet access centres (PIAC) PIAC1 Number of localities with public Internet access centres (PIAC)PIAC3 Total number of other public Internet access centres (PIAC)PIAC7 Total number of Digital Community Centres (DCC)PIAC6 Total number of public Internet access centres (PIAC)PIAC5 IndicatorITU code Other Indicators Number of Personal Computers 422 Homes passed by multi-channel TV 965cp Direct to Home satellite antenna subscribers965s Number of terrestrial multi-channel TV subscribers965c Total number of multi-channel TV subscribers965m Number of TV sets965 Number of radio sets955 IndicatorITU code Thank you!
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Score: 578310.45 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...c/12_EM_ITU_Indicators_All.pdf
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On 10 June 2020, having resolved the technical difficulties, the Registry of the Tribunal contacted the Applicant to request his confirmation that he had access to an internet connection in order to participate to a hearing remotely. 3.
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Score: 578263.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2020-103.pdf
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Internet governance general 2. Infrastructure and standardization 3. (...) Arabic: 7.2.13 جمعية الإنترنت 7.2.14 Internet Engineering Task Force / IETF IETF (established 1986) though not being a legal entity develops and maintains the core fundamental technical standards of the Internet.   Arabic: 7.2.14 فريق هندسة الإنترنت 7.2.15 Internet Architecture Board / IAB The IAB (established 1979/1984/1986/1992) today is a committee global in scope of the Internet Society (ISOC).
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Score: 578210.16 - https://en.unesco.org/glossari...ternet-focused%20Organizations
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PRICE 8.1 How much does Internet service cost residential users in your country? (...) ............. 9.7 Do any of these schools have Internet access? YES ¨ NO ¨ 9.8 Do these students have direct access to computers for e-mail or Internet use? (...) ............. 9.10 How many have Internet access? ............. 9.11 Do these students have direct access to computers for e-mail or Internet use?
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Score: 578210.16 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...GP_1998-2002/circular/ca07.pdf
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Ten years passed between  the two meetings, and in that time, the Internet evolved from a technological  phenomenon into another phenomenon we have come to call the “Internet  Economy.”  The Internet now underlies almost every aspect of the global  economy.   (...) In  addition, the OECD noted that in this robust Internet environment “all devices  connected to the Internet need IP addresses to communicate.”  
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Score: 578210.16 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../26/07/T26070000010024PDFE.pdf
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Group: 1. Internet governance general Arabic: 1.6 المصلحة العامة 1.7 global public good <Internet governance> refers to the Internet as a resource of extreme importance so that Internet governance is in the public interest . (...) Group: 1. Internet governance general Arabic: 1.11 النسق البيئي للإنترنت 1.12 Accountability <Internet governance> guiding principle of Internet governance whereby each Internet stakeholder is obliged to abide by appropriate governance and proper management. (...) The most important software standards for the Internet are comprised in the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP).
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Score: 578146 - https://en.unesco.org/glossaries/igg
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Internet – Governance – Internet + Governance = ? • Internet governance issues and fora – What’s there? (...) – The “nethead” view – The telecoms/broadcasting/media view – The network transformation view Internet Governance – A Complex Challenge • What is the Internet? (...) – “Steering, not rowing” Internet Governance – A Complex Challenge • What is the Internet?
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Score: 578091.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo...tions/maclean-presentation.pdf
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United Nations The safety of journalists (UN Human Rights Council, 26 September 2016) Promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression (United Nations, 6 September 2016) Report of UN Special Rapporteur on privacy Right to UN General Assembly (United Nations, 30 August 2016) The promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet (UN Human Rights Council, 27 June 2016) Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism: Report of the Secretary-General (United Nations, 24 December 2015) Outcome Statement of "CONNECTing the Dots: Options for Future Actions" (UNESCO, 4 March 2015) The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age (United Nations, 19 November 2014) UN Human Rights Council Resolution 26/13 “The promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet” (UN Human Rights Council Resolution 26/13, June 2014) Paris Declaration (UNESCO, Declaration on World Press Freedom Day, 6 May 2014) Riga Guidelines on Ethics in the Information Society (UNESCO, Information for All Programme (IFAP), 17 October 2013) UNESCO and the ethical dimensions of the information society (UNESCO, 14 September 2012) The promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet (Human Rights Council (A/HRC/20/L.13), 29  June 2012 Reflection and Analysis by UNESCO on the Internet (UNESCO, 18 April 2011) Maputo Declaration (UNESCO, 3 May 2008) Tshwane Declaration on Information Ethics in Africa (UNESCO, 7 February 2007) International Mechanism for Promoting Freedom of Expression (UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression, OSCE Repres. on Freedom of the Media, OAS Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression, 21 December 2005) Recommendation on the Promotion and Use of Multilingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace (UNESCO, 15 October 2003) Manila Declaration on Accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT) (United Nations, 7 March 2003) International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (OHCR, 1966, entry into force in 1976) International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (OHCR, 1966, entry into force in 1976) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UN Human Rights Council, 1948) Intergovernmental The San José Statement of the Freedom Online Coalition regarding the outcome of the 2016 Strategic Review (Freedom Online Coalition (FOC), October 2016) Recommendations for human rights based approaches to cybersecurity (Freedom Online Coalition (FOC)) Recommendation CM/Rec(2015)6 of the Committee of Ministers to Member States on the free, transboundary flow of information on the Internet (Council of Europe, 1 April 2015) African Union Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data Protection (African Union, 27 June 2014) EU Human Rights Guidelines on Freedom of Expression Online and Offline (Council of the European Union, 12 May 2014) Recommendation on a Guide to Human Rights for Internet Users (Council of Europe, 16 April 2014) Communication on Internet Policy and Governance (European Commission, 12 February 2014) OECD Principles of Internet Policy Making (OECD, 2014) Seoul Framework for and Commitment to Open and Secure Cyberspace (Seoul Conference on Cyberspace 2013, 18 October 2013) Recommendation of the Council concerning Guidelines governing the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data (OECD, 11 July 2013) Recommendations from the OSCE Internet 2013 Conference (OSCE, February 2013) Council of Europe and Internet: Maximizing Rights, Minimizing Restrictions (Council of Europe, September 2012) Internet Governance - Council of Europe Strategy 2012-2015 (Council of Europe, 12 March 2012) Neelie Kroes on European Commission’s COMPACT concept (European Commission, September 2011) Declaration by the Committee of Ministers on Internet governance principles (Council of Europe, 21 September 2011) Joint Declaration on Freedom of Expression and the Internet (UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, OAS Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression, ACHPR Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression and Access to Inform., 1st June 2011) Deauville G8 Declaration (G8Summit, May 2011) Seoul Declaration for the Future of the Internet Economy (OECD, 18 June 2008) Declaration of the Committee of Ministers on Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the Information Society (Council of Europe, 13 May 2005) SADC Declaration on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) (Southern African Development Community, 14 August 2001) African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights (African Union, 1998, came into effect in 2005) American Convention on Human Rights (Inter-Gamerican Commission on Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 22 November 1969, came into effect in 18 July 1978) European Convention on Human Rights (Council of Europe, 1950, amended) Multi-stakeholder Recommendations on Terms of Service & Human Rights (IGF Dynamic Coalition on Platform Responsibility, November 2015) Nairobi Declaration on the Post 2015 Development Agenda (Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD), 13 November 2014) Global Network Initiative Principles on Freedom of Expression and Privacy (Open Government Guide, 10 November 2014) African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms (Pan-African initiative to promote human rights standards and principles of openness in internet policy, 28 August 2014) Bali Road Map: The Roles of the Media in Realizing the Future We Want for All (Global Media Forum, 28 August 2014) Joint Declaration on Universality and the Right to Freedom of Expr. (UN, OSCE, OAS, ACHPR, 6 May 2014) Towards a Collaborative, Decentralized Internet Governance Ecosystem (Report by the Panel on Global Internet Cooperation and Governance Mechanisms, May 2014) NETmundial Multistakeholder Statement (Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance, 24 April 2014) Internet Rights & Principles Coalition Charter of Human Rights and Principles for the Internet (mostly Civil Society and academia, with some representatives of the technical community and private sector, 2014, 3rd edition) Final Statement: Information and Knowledge for all (WSIS+10, 5-20 November 2013) Montevideo Statement on the Future of Internet Cooperation (ICANN, IETF, IAB, W3C, Internet Society, five RIRs, 7 October 2013) 10 Internet Rights and Principles (Internet Rights and Principles Coalition, March 2011) Code of Good Practice on Information, Participation and Transparency in Internet Governance (Association for Progressive Communications (APC), Council of Europe, UNECE, June 2010) CGI.br Principles for the Governance and Use of the Internet (2009) Tunis Agenda for the Information Society (WSIS, 18 November 2005) Geneva Declaration of Principles (WSIS, 12 December 2003) Geneva Plan of Action (WSIS, 12 December 2003) Open Internet Policy Principles (the Open Society Institute, 1997) Civil society Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), 18 August 2014) Delhi Declaration for a Just and Equitable Internet (Just Net Coalition, April 2014) Community Informatics Declaration: An Internet for the Common Good - Engagement, Empowerment, and Justice for All (CIRN Commons, 28 December 2013) Declaration of Internet Freedom (a broad coalition of civil society organizations, December 2013) International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance / Necessary and Proportionate (Privacy International, Access and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, 10 July 2013) Ethics in the Information Society: The Nine 'P's (Global Ethics Network for Applied Ethics, 5 May 2013) PEN International Declaration on Digital Freedom (PEN (Poets, Essayists, Novelists), September 2011) Open Stand Principles (IEEE, IAB, IETF, Internet Society, W3C, 29 August 2012) Declaration of Internet Freedom (Free Press, 2012) African Platform on Access to Information (APAI) Declaration (African Platform on Access to Information (APAI), 19 September 2011) Asia Declaration on Internet Governance (Centre for Policy Initiatives, 25 June 2010) Madrid Privacy Declaration (The Public Voice, 3 November 2009)  Erice Declaration on Principles for Cyber Stability and Cyber Peace (World Federation of Scientists, August 2009) Final Recommendations of the European Conference on "Ethics and Human Rights in the Information Society" (Internet Society, 14 September 2007) APC Internet Rights Charter (Association for Progressive Communications, November 2006) Civil Society Declaration to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS, 8 December 2003) Global Internet Policy Initiative Policy Principles (Center for Democracy and Technolgy & Internews, early 2000s) Private Sector ICC Policy statement on the freedom of expression and the free flow of information on the Internet (ICC, June 2012) Early predecessor documents A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace (John Perry Barlow, 1996) RFC 1855 - Netiquette Guidelines (S. Hambridge, Intel, 1995) Ethics and the Internet (Internet Activities Board, January 1989) Others Wuzhen Declaration (First World Internet Conference, 21 November 2014) Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities (Open Access Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, 22 October 2003) Ethics Guidelines for Internet-mediated Research (The British Psychological Society, 2013) UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 578091.6 - https://en.unesco.org/international_and_regional_instruments
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The session highlighted the importance of UNESCO’s Internet Universality Indicators (IUIs) in the context of growing access to and use of the Internet, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has increased peoples’ daily use of the Internet to work, learn, socialize, as well as the need for access to public services: the Internet has become a new public space. (...) Reaffirming the Internet Society’s commitment to collaborate with UNESCO to advance the IUIs and ROAM principles worldwide, Constance Bommelaer, Area Vice President on Institutional Relations of  the Internet Society (ISOC), asserted ISOC’s supports to promote Internet Universality, in particular highlighting the added value of its multi-stakeholder approach, involving actors from all sectors of societies, including the international Internet community.
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Score: 578081.2 - https://en.unesco.org/news/wsi...-universality-respond-covid-19
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November 2007 9 Availability of infrastructure to use ICTs (4) A4. Internet subscribers per 100 inhabitants An Internet subscriber is someone who pays for access to the public Internet (a TCP/IP connection). (...) November 2007 10 Quality of service (1) A5. Broadband Internet subscribers per 100 inhabitants A Broadband Internet subscriber is someone who pays for high-speed access to the public Internet (a TCP/IP connection). (...) A useful derivative of this indicator is International Internet bandwidth per Internet subscriber, which takes out of the equation the differing levels of Internet usage in different countries.
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Score: 577988.96 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...rastructure%20and%20access.pdf
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