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Note: Percentages were calculated from the total Internet users in the UAE, Jordan and Saudi Arabia and the total respondents in Tunisia Source: Arab Advisors Group survey reports; UAE Media Survey of Internet Users 2009, Jordan Media Survey of Internet Users 2010, Saudi Arabia Media Survey of Internet Users 2011, Tunisia Media Survey 2010 Changing TV viewing habits in Ramadan 81% 78% 62% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Jordan Saudia Arabia UAE … and a majority change their TV viewing habits during Ramadan Note: Percentages were calculated from the total Internet users who watch TV in the UAE, Jordan and Saudi Arabia Source: Arab Advisors Group survey reports; UAE Media Survey of Internet Users 2009, Jordan Media Survey of Internet Users 2010, Saudi Arabia Media Survey of Internet Users 2011 84.2% 78.9% 94.5% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% KSA Jordan Egypt The majority of Internet users in Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan reported having an ADSL connection at home Note: Percentages are calculated from the total respondents who have Internet access at home Source: Arab Advisors Group’s Saudi Arabia Internet users and ecommerce survey 2011, Jordan Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010, Arab Advisors Group’s Egypt Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010 46.8% 11.9% 10.6% 10.3% 7.5% 5.8% 3.0% 2.4% 0.70% 0.3% 0.3% 0.3% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 4 M b p s 5 1 2 K b p s 1 M b p s 2 5 6 K b p s 2 M b p s I d o n 't k n o w 8 M b p s 1 2 8 K b p s O t h e r s p e e d s 1 0 M b p s 1 6 M b p s 2 0 M b p s 46.8% of Internet users in Saudi Arabia with an ADSL connection at home, reported having an Internet speed of 4 Mbps Note: Percentages are calculated from the total respondents who have an ADSL connection at home Source: Arab Advisors Group’s Saudi Arabia Internet users and ecommerce survey 2011 47.4% 32.1% 8.4% 4.2% 3.9% 3.0% 1.0% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 5 1 2 K b p s 1 M b p s 2 M b p s 1 2 8 K b p s 2 5 6 K b p s I d o n 't k n o w O t h e r s p e e d s 40.5% of Internet users in Jordan with an ADSL connection at home reported having an Internet speed of 1 Mbps or above Note: Percentages are calculated from the total respondents who have an ADSL connection at home. (...) Source: Arab Advisors Group’s Survey of Internet Use and Online Advertising Consumption and Effectiveness in Egypt, Survey of Internet Use and Online Advertising Consumption and Effectiveness in Jordan, Survey of Internet Use and Online Advertising Consumption and Effectiveness in Saudi Arabia and the UAE. More than half of the Internet users in Saudi Arabia and Jordan play online games Note: Percentages are calculated from the total respondents Source: Arab Advisors Group’s Saudi Arabia Internet users and ecommerce survey 2011, Jordan Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010, Arab Advisors Group’s Egypt Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010 65.3% 52.1% 39.7% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% KSA Jordan Egypt The majority who play online games in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt play free games Note: Percentages are calculated from the total respondents who play online games Source: Arab Advisors Group’s Saudi Arabia Internet users and ecommerce survey 2011, Jordan Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010, Arab Advisors Group’s Egypt Internet users and ecommerce survey 2010 87.1% 96.6% 87.0% 82% 84% 86% 88% 90% 92% 94% 96% 98% KSA Jordan Egypt Arab Advisors Group Arab Advisors Group provides reliable research, analysis and forecasts of Arab communications, media, technology and financial markets.
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Score: 577389.26 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B0000060043PDFE.pdf
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Capacity building in developing countries regarding the development and use of the Internet. 3. The concerns of developing countries regarding the costs of access to international Internet interconnect points. 4. The concerns of many participants, notably from industry, about the proposal by China to focus on traffic flow for international Internet connectivity negotiations between Internet service providers and Internet backbone network access providers. 5. (...) This could for example be done via case studies of how international Internet connectivity is established between Internet service providers in some developing countries in different parts of the World and Internet backbone network access providers. 2.1.
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Score: 577381.54 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001.../IICinvitationletter0404EN.doc
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November 2007 12 HH-8 Proportion of individuals that used the Internet Definition The Internet is a world-wide public computer network. (...) November 2007 13 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: 577202.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/....%20Core%20HH%20Indicators.pdf
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In the session, UNESCO presented the first draft Internet universality indicators , a comprehensive tool to help states and stakeholders to measure Internet policies in support of achieving the SDGs at the national level that can serve as a recognized and authoritative global research tool for stakeholders to assess Internet development in their countries.   (...) “The concept of internet universality is very valuable because it promotes features of the internet that are fundamental to it fulfilling its potential for sustainable development,” he further stressed. (...) In the Internet space, complexity is our strength but also our challenge,” stated Raquel Gatto, representative of the Internet Society (ISOC). 
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Score: 576987.06 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...s-advance-sdgs-wsis-forum-2018
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PyramidSummary.PDF World Bank/InfoDev Pyramid Research – EIU Global Information Infrastructure Executive Summary World Bank/InfoDev Pyramid Research – EIU Global Information Infrastructure Will the Internet Close the Gap? The Internet is one of the most significant and dynamic applications to emerge from the communications industry this century. (...) The Internet is reshaping society and commerce – and as the Internet is premised on connectivity to communications networks, it is the single most important driver behind the networking revolution taking place today. The implications of the Internet revolution on developing countries are profound.
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Score: 576929.25 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ructure_Indicators_summary.pdf
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Capacity building in developing countries regarding the development and use of the Internet. 2 3. The concerns of developing countries regarding the costs of access to international Internet interconnect points. 4. The concerns of many participants, notably from industry, about the proposal by China to focus on traffic flow for international Internet connectivity negotiations between Internet service providers and Internet backbone network access providers. 5. (...) This could for example be done via case studies of how international Internet connectivity is established between Internet service providers in some developing countries in different parts of the World and Internet backbone network access providers. 2.1.
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Score: 576847.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001.../IICinvitationletter0404EN.pdf
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Indonesia has high concerns on the facilitating internet users mostly children, students and teenage to healthy contents of the Internet. (...) Therefore, there are three needs in order Internet become healthy and safe : a. Child protection on the internet b. (...) The activities for the positive uses of the internet are delivered through two programs : a. The awareness program “Health and Safe Internet” as called Internet Sehat dan Aman. b.
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Score: 576760.74 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr...wg-cop/pd/Indonesia-Paper.docx
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WSIS 2021 Wednesday, 5 May 2021, 13:00-14:00 (CEST) Topic: Advancing Internet Universality for responding the pandemic and supporting SDGs  (C3) Description:   UNESCO’s Internet Universality Indicators have been developed as an internationally recognized toolkit to be used by all on a voluntary basis. They allow UNESCO Member States and all interested stakeholders to operationalize the concept of ‘Internet Universality’ and help them to pinpoint gaps and make recommendations to improve their national Internet policies including those protecting online human rights and open Internet.   (...) UNESCO also seeks to expand partnerships and synergies with stakeholders in implementing Internet Universality principles and applying Internet indicators in different countries.  
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Score: 576760.74 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...nda_and_speakers_list_(1).docx
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WSIS 2021 Wednesday, 5 May 2021, 13:00-14:00 (CEST) Topic: Advancing Internet Universality for responding the pandemic and supporting SDGs  (C3) Description:   UNESCO’s Internet Universality Indicators have been developed as an internationally recognized toolkit to be used by all on a voluntary basis. They allow UNESCO Member States and all interested stakeholders to operationalize the concept of ‘Internet Universality’ and help them to pinpoint gaps and make recommendations to improve their national Internet policies including those protecting online human rights and open Internet.   (...) UNESCO also seeks to expand partnerships and synergies with stakeholders in implementing Internet Universality principles and applying Internet indicators in different countries.  
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Score: 576760.74 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...nda_and_speakers_list_(1).docx
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In a majority of judicial systems, the official date of service or communication from the Registry of a court would be the date of placement of the communication at the disposal of the recipient, which will generally be the same date of issuance of an e-mail if the common Internet servers are used. 12. Notwithstanding that fact, the need to preserve due process and the access to justice requires certainty about the date of service, which can be difficult to establish in places where the Internet or other kinds of communications may take more time or may be less than reliable, such as at Ms.
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Score: 576734.86 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-452.pdf
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