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ICC issues paper on Internet Governance.PDF International Chamber of Commerce The world business organization Internet Governance Prepared by ICC’s Commission on E-Business, IT and Telecoms January 2004 International Chamber of Commerce 38, Cours Albert 1er, 75008 Paris, France Telephone +33 1 49 53 28 28 Fax +33 1 49 53 28 59 Web site www.iccwbo.org E-mail icc@iccwbo.org Issues Paper on - 1 - Introduction1 At the close of the first phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), December 2003 governments called upon the UN Secretary General to create a multi- stakeholder Working Group on Internet Governance. (...) Technical Coordination of the Internet As noted above, the Internet is a collection of networks that are joined together to form a global communications medium. (...) These organizations include: − the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) − the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) − the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) − the Regional Addressing Registries (e.g.
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Score: 577868.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo...on%20Internet%20Governance.pdf
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Proportion of businesses using the Internet The Internet refers to Internet protocol (IP) based networks: WWW (the World Wide Web), an extranet over the Internet, EDI over the Internet, Internet accessed by mobile phones and Internet email. (...) Proportion of employees using the Internet The Internet refers to Internet protocol (IP) based networks: WWW, an extranet over the Internet, EDI over the Internet, Internet accessed by mobile phones and Internet email. (...) Includes orders placed via Web sites, specialised Internet marketplaces, extranets, EDI over the Internet, Internet-enabled mobile phones and email.
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Score: 577819.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...usinesses%20Bangkok%202007.pdf
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Public Internet Access in Serbia and Montenegro 1 Public Internet Access Public Internet Access in Serbia and Montenegro in Serbia and Montenegro Ranko NedeljkovicRanko Nedeljkovic11, , Dragan BogojevicDragan Bogojevic22, , Slobodan LazovicSlobodan Lazovic33 11Serbia and Montenegro Statistical Office, Serbia and Montenegro Statistical Office, 22VF Holding a.d. (...) SMN Universal Service (ICT indicators): Fixed Telephony; Mobile Telephony; Cable TV Networks; Computers 6. Internet Access 7. Public Internet Access 8. SMN PIACs 8.1. Other PIAC (Internet Cafes) 8.2. DCC 8.3. Education centers 9.
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Score: 577819.04 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/mexico04/doc/doc/14_BIH_e.pdf
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What are your priorities for issues that should be addressed through the Internet Universality framework in each of these five categories? Rights Openness Accessibility - fair distribution of critical Internet resources; - access to Internet services throughout the territory, including remote and hard-to-reach areas; - speed and quality of data transmission; - level of information literacy, skills of using the Internet; - linguistic diversity in the Internet. (...) Rights Openness Accessibility - state regulation of the global Internet network; - percentage of the population with access to the Internet; - level of penetration of Internet services in the population, households, fixed and mobile access; - level of penetration of Internet services in remote and hard-to-reach areas; - speed and quality of data transmission; - level of information literacy and skills of using the Internet; - availability of general and specialized programs on training of the use of the Internet; - level of representation of information on the Internet in national languages, including small nations.
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Score: 577815.43 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c1_sub091_en.pdf
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Freedom Of Expression On The Internet Freedom Of Expression On The Internet The latest news from UNESCO ROAM-X project applauded at Internet Governance Forum 2021 Internet universality principles advocated at Internet Governance Forum in Namibia Internet Universality ROAM principles advocated in Central Asia and Russia Just published: UNESCO launches the Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators in Arabic UNESCO’s ROAM principles advocated at the Asia-Pacific Communication Forum Director-General condemns killing of journalist Raman Kashyap in India Strengthening Internet Governance in Asia-Pacific UNESCO brings together stakeholders to discuss the role of social media in promoting peace How is the Internet in Germany? New findings of national Internet Universality assessment West-African stakeholders embrace the Universality of Internet
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Score: 577813.1 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/274975/news/news.rss
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Freedom Of Expression On The Internet Freedom Of Expression On The Internet The latest news from UNESCO ROAM-X project applauded at Internet Governance Forum 2021 Internet universality principles advocated at Internet Governance Forum in Namibia Internet Universality ROAM principles advocated in Central Asia and Russia Just published: UNESCO launches the Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators in Arabic UNESCO’s ROAM principles advocated at the Asia-Pacific Communication Forum Director-General condemns killing of journalist Raman Kashyap in India Strengthening Internet Governance in Asia-Pacific UNESCO brings together stakeholders to discuss the role of social media in promoting peace How is the Internet in Germany? New findings of national Internet Universality assessment West-African stakeholders embrace the Universality of Internet
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Score: 577813.1 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/f...ression-internet/news/news.rss
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In view of the fact that candidates could use the Internet and dictionaries and that some candidates share office with others, it cannot be ascertained that the candidates did the written test themselves. (...) All the candidates were informed that during the test they could search the Internet or use dictionaries and other reference material, and the fact that this possibility was given to them does not render the process flawed. (...) He claims that since the candidates could use the Internet and dictionaries during the written test, it cannot be ascertained that they did the test themselves, and that it is not clear who chose the texts used for the test and what the scoring method was. 23.
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Score: 577759.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-080.pdf
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13October 2007 HH-7 Proportion of households with Internet access at home Definition The Internet is a world-wide public computer network. (...) Model question Have you used the Internet in the last 12 months? 15October 2007 HH-9 Location of individual use of the Internet (1) Definition Location of use includes home, work, place of education, another person’s home, community Internet access facility, commercial Internet access facility and other places. (...) An alternative presentation is the proportion of Internet users using the Internet with each frequency.
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Score: 577686.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/.../17_EM7_Core_HH_Indicators.pdf
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UNESCO Series on Internet Freedom Steering AI and Advanced ICTs for Knowledge Societies What if we all governed the Internet? (...) But while some may take multistakeholder participation in Internet governance for granted as being inherent to the way in which the Internet was designed, the Internet is very different today than it was when it was created. (...) Internet Universality highlights the contribution that can be made by an Internet that is based on four principles, recognised by UNESCO governing bodies.
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Score: 577532.03 - https://en.unesco.org/unesco-series-on-internet-freedom
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Zimbabwe Shines a Light on Safer Internet Day This week Zimbabwe joins a global movement for a better internet by celebrating Safer Internet Day on 11th February. (...) This week Zimbabwe joins a global movement for a better internet by celebrating Safer Internet Day on 11 th February. (...) Safer Internet Day is about recognising the delicate balance that come with internet use, and working together to ensure that the internet is safe and stimulating for everyone.
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Score: 577410.7 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...hines-light-safer-internet-day
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