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Contrary to the Applicant’s assertions, the Handbook was published on the Internet and the Applicant's contribution was recognized. Moreover, the Applicant has not established any nexus between the decision to publish the Handbook on the Internet and her list of perceived setbacks to her career; d.
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Score: 590735.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2012-053e.pdf
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This includes actively recruiting women from developing and emerging economies to programmes such as the Internet Society’s Fellows to the Internet Engineering Task Force. (...) The remarkable growth of the Internet and the limitless variety of Internet applications that have been developed follow directly from the open model of Internet connectivity and standards development. (...) The Internet Society is working to ensure that users take full advantage of the expression opportunities that the open, global and interoperable Internet offers.  C10.
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Score: 590707.4 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/r...ficialSubmissions-ISOC_web.pdf
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indicators.indd PHASE 2 CONSULTATION ON UNESCO’S INTERNET UNIVERSALITY INDICATORS – DEADLINE: 15 MARCH 2018 UN ES CO DR AF T DEVELOPING UNESCO’S INTERNET UNIVERSALITY INDICATORS: HELP UNESCO TO ASSESS AND IMPROVE THE INTERNET INTRODUCTION This consultation document invites stakeholders to contribute to UNESCO’s project to develop indicators to assess the Internet in any country, and highlight areas where improvements can be made. (...) UNESCO intends to adopt a framework of Internet Universality indicators to assist governments and other stakeholders to assess their national Internet environments and develop policies to advance these Prin- ciples. (...) The reach of the Internet and Internet-enabled services has grown rapidly, but access to the Internet remains highly unequal.
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Score: 590680.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...iles/iu_indicators_phase_2.pdf
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World Telecommunication Day 2001     The Internet: challenges, opportunities and prospects    @   Message of ITU Secretary-General @   Message of the UN Secretary-General  @   What's so special about the Internet @   Internet and Health @   Internet and Education @   Internet and E-commerce @   Invitation to ITU Members @   Who to contact     To celebrate this year's World Telecommunication Day on 17 May 2001, ITU members have selected the theme "The Internet: challenges, opportunities and prospects". The theme for this year's day was selected in the light of the extraordinary uptake of the Internet worldwide and its wide-ranging effects on society. (...) Message of ITU Secretary-General · Message of the UN Secretary-General · What's so special about the Internet · Internet and Health · Internet and Education · Internet and E-commerce · Invitation to ITU Members · Who to contact
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Score: 590677.8 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/2001/index.html
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Future of Operations  – Deloitte (2017) Rising Digitalization, Industry 4.0, Smart Cities and the Opportunities on the Life Sciences Market in Turkey  – Switzerland Global Enterprise (2017)  Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Their Impact on the Workplace  – IBA (2017) Intelligent Manufacturing: an Industrial Revolution for the Digital Age  – Barclays plc (2017) Impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on Supply Chain  – World Economic Forum (2017)  The New Digital Economy and Development  – UNCTAD (2017) Industry 4.0: Opportunities behind the challenge  – UNIDO (2017) ​​ 2016 Utilization of AI in the Manufacturing Sector: Case Studies and Outlook for Linked Factories  – Hitachi (2016) ​​​internet of things​ 2020 Connected world: An evolution in connectivity beyond the 5G revolution   –  McKinsey ​State of the Connected World 2020 Edition   – ​ WEF ​ Regulating the IoT: 2020 and Beyond​   –  Access Partnership  Global Policy Roadmap​   –  G20 Frontier technologies to protect the environment and tackle climate change  – ITU  Advances in Smart Environment Monitoring Systems Using IoT and Sensors  – MDPI  Security Testing of Internet of Things for Smart City Applications: A Formal Approach  - Springer  Smart Cities Oriented Project Planning and Evaluation Methodology Driven by Citizen Perception—IoT Smart Mobility Case   – MDPI Smart City IoT Platform Respecting GDPR Privacy and Security Aspects   – IEEE Improving Sustainability of Smart Cities through Visualization Techniques for Big Data from IoT Devices   – MDPI Trust-based cloud machine learning model selection for industrial IoT and smart city services   - IEEE ​ ​2019 IoT for the Failure of Climate-Change Mitigation and Adaptation and IIoT as a Future Solution  - World Journal of Environmental Engineering  Internet of Things (IoT) and the Energy Sector  – MDPI  Turning Digital Technology Innovation into Climate Action  – ITU  Internet of Things for Smart Cities - Technologies, Big Data and Security  - Springer  Collaboration of Drone and Internet of Public Safety Things in Smart Cities: An Overview of QoS and Network Performance Optimization  – MDPI  Digital Transformation for a Sustainable Society in the 21st Century  - Springer  Survey on Collaborative Smart Drones and Internet of Things for Improving Smartness of Smart Cities  – IEEE  Toward Understanding Crowd Mobility in Smart Cities through the Internet of Things  – IEEE  Intelligent Edge Computing for IoT-Based Energy Management in Smart Cities  – IEEE  Constrained application for mobility management using embedded devices in the Internet of Things based urban planning in smart cities  - Elsevier  The Internet of Things for Intelligent Transportation Systems in Real Smart Cities Scenarios  - IEEE             Smartcities and internet of things  - Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)  Internet of Things for enabling smart environments: A technology-centric perspective  - Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  Green IOT- Issues and Challenges  - International Conference on Advanced Computing and Software Engineering (ICACSE)  Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI  – EU  The CE-IoT Framework for Green ICT Organizations  - University of Crete ​ ​​ 2018 New report claims spending on IoT cybersecurity to rise by 300%  – Smart Cities World Forum  (2018 ​ ) Standardization and Certification of Safety, Security and Privacy in the Internet of Things  – EU  (2018 ​ ) The Internet of Things for Smart Cities  – PWC  (2018 ​ ) Wireless Energy Transfer Powered Wireless Sensor Node for Green IoT: Design, Implementation and Evaluation   - European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC)  (2018 ​ ) How Greater China is Set to Lead the Global Industrial IOT Market  – GSMA (2018)  Ericsson Mobility Report  – Ericsson  (2018 ​ ) Industrial Internet of Things: Safety and Security Protocol  – World Economic Forum  (2018 ​ ) Internet of Things: Guidelines for Sustainability  – World Economic Forum  (2018 ​ ) Security, privacy and trust of different layers in Internet-of-Things (IoTs) framework  – Elsevier B.V (2018 ​ ) A hybrid model of Internet of Things and cloud computing to manage big data in health services applications  – Elsevier B.V  (2018 ​ ) Secure Medical Data Transmission Model for IoT-based Healthcare Systems  – IEEE  (2018 ​ ) CRRP Analysis of Cloud Computing in Smart Grid  – CISIS  (2018 ​ ) Fog Computing and Its Role in the Internet of Things: Concept, Security and Privacy Issues  – International Journal of Computer Applications  (2018 ​ ) On Cyber Risk Management of Blockchain Networks: A Game Theoretic Approach  – Arxiv  (2018 ​ ) On and Off-Blockchain Enforcement Of Smart Contracts  – Newcastle University  (2018 ​ ) Greening Internet of Things for Smart Everythings with A Green-Environment Life: A Survey and Future Prospects  – Arxiv  (2018 ​ ) Edge Computing is the Key to Unlocking IoT  – Technology Decisions  (2018 ​ ) The Effect of the Internet of Things on Sustainability  – World Economic Forum  (2018 ​ ) Internet of Things Guidelines for Sustainability  – World Economic Forum  (2018 ​ ) Using Blockchain to Secure the Internet of Things  – the Conversation  (2018 ​ ) 10 IoT Initiatives for a More Sustainable Future  – IoT for all  (2018 ​ ) 5G Security – Enabling a Trustworthy 5G System  – Ericsson  (2018 ​ ) What Does IoT mean for Sustainable Business and Living?  – The Unilever Foundry (2018 ​ ) ​​ 2017 ​ A Review of Smart Cities Based on the Internet of Things Concept  – MDPI (2017) Towards a Foundation for a Collaborative Replicable Smart Cities IoT Architecture  – NIST (2017) Enabling Smart Cities with IoT  – IoT Alliance Australia (2017) Overcoming the Heterogeneity in the Internet of Things for Smart Cities  – Insight Centre for Data Analytics (2017) Evolving privacy: From sensors to the Internet of Things  – Elsevier B.V (2017) Distributed attack detection scheme using deep learning approach for Internet of Things  – Elsevier B.V (2017)  An Internet of Things-based health prescription assistant and its security system design  – Elsevier B.V (2017) IoT Platform for Comprehensive Coordination of IoT Systems  – Fujitsu (2017) The Application of the Internet of Things to Enhance Urban Sustainability  – University of Michigan (2017) Capitalizing on the Sustainable Benefit of the IoT: Observations form the Living Progress Exchange  – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (2017) The Internet of Things in the Power Sector  – Asian Development Bank (2017) Cost Benefit Analysis of Edge Micro Data Center Deployments  – Schneider Electric (2017) EC-IoT: An Open IoT Architecture  – Huawei (2017) Fog Computing for Sustainable Smart Cities  – ACM (2017) 3GPP SA2 architecture and functions for 5G mobile communication system​  – Elsevier (2017) A survey on LPWA technology: LoRa and NB-IoT​  – Elsevier (2017) African IoT 2017  – Liquid Telecom (2017) An experimental study of a reliable IoT gateway  – Elsevier (2017) Cybersecurity policy for the Internet of Things  - Microsoft (2017) Internet of Things Framework for Home Care Systems  – Hindawi (2017) Internet of Things - Status and implications of an increasingly connected world  – GAO (2017) IoT Architecture for a Sustainable Tourism Application in a Smart City Environment  – Hindawi (2017) IoT Security  – Ericsson (2017) The Internet of Things Business Index 2017 – Transformation in Motion​  – The Economist (2017)​ ​​ 2016 ​ Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things  – ITU (2016) Catalyzing the Inter of Things and Smart Cities  – NIST (2016) Human Centric IoT  – Fujitsu (2016) IoT & Sustainability: Practice, Policy and Promises  – CITRIS (2016) Smart Buildings – How IoT technology aims to add value for real estate companies  – Deloitte (2016) The Drivers and Benefits of Edge Computing  – Schneider Electric (2016) Internet of Things – The Sustainable Industrial Revolution  - yourSRI (2016) Creating Sustainable IoT Success: Making the Internet of Things smart, secure and power -efficient  – Infineon (2016)  Economic and technological aspects of using IoT for sustainable environment management  – University of Brasov (2016)  Harnessing the Internet of Things for Global Development  – ITU (2016) Internet of Things – Converging Technologies for Smart Environments and Integrated Ecosystems  – Vermesan, Ovidiu - SINTEF, Norway, Friess, Peter - (EU) (2016) Enabling the Internet of Things  - BEREC (2016) Internet of Things - Human-machine interactions that unlock possibilities - Media & Entertainment  - EYGM (2016) IoT Security Guidelines​  - GSMA (2016)​​ Low power wide area network: Which technology ​​for M2M​ and IoT​​ infrastructures?​  - ​LPWAN16 Conference ​(2016) IoT Standards – State-of-the-Art-Analysis  – Unify-IoT (2016) 2015 The Internet of Things – Opportunities and Challenges  – European Parliament (2015) Industrial Internet of Things: Unleashing the Potential of Connected Products and Services  – World Economic Forum (2015) The Internet of Things: Mapping the Values Beyond the Hype  – Mckinsey Global institute (2015) GSR ​di​scussion paper Regulation and the Internet of Things​  - ITU (2015) ​ Internet of Things: Features, Challenges, and Vulnerabilities  - IJACSIT (2015) Internet of Things IoT Semantic Interoperability: Research Challenges, Best Practices, Recommendations and Next Steps​  - European Research Cluster On the Internet of Things (2015)  Scalability of Machine to Machine systems and the Internet of Things on LTE mobile networks  - 2015 IEEE 16th International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM) (2015)​ The Internet of Things and the Fourth Amendment of Effects  - University of the District of Columbia The Internet of Things: Mapping the value beyond the hype  - McKinsey Global Institute (2015)  The power is on - How IoT technology is driving energy innovation​  - DeloItte University Press (2015) ​Understanding Wireless Connectivity in the Industrial IoT​  - Texas Instruments (2015)  Web-Based Management of the Internet of Things  - Internet Computing, IEEE (2015) 2014 A comparative study of cyber physical cloud, cloud of sensors and internet of things: Their ideology, similarities and differences  - Advance Computing Conference (IACC), 2014 IEEE International (2014) A Distributed Consensus Algorithm for Decision Making in Service-Oriented Internet of Things  - IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics A New Approach to Integrate Internet-of-Things and Software-as-a-Service Model for Logistic Systems: A Case Study  - Institute of Manufacturing Information and Systems, National Cheng Kung University (2014) Collecting data in Internet of Things  - Emc Corporation (2014) Community Systems, Sensor Monitoring, and the Internet of Things: ACase Study about Feed Denton Community Compost  - University of North Texas (2014) Conception of ID layer performance at the network level for Internet of Things  - Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (2014) Digital Evidence Challenges in the Internet of Things  - Proceeding of the Tenth International Network Conference (INC 2014) (2014) Establishing groups of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and enabling communication among the groups of IoT devices  - Qualcomm Incorporated (2014) How IoT, AAI can contribute to smart home and smart cities services: The role of innovation  - Aalborg University Copenhagen (2014) On the Internet of Things, smart cities and the WHO Healthy Cities  - International Journal of Health Geographics (2014) Organizing and Querying the Big Sensing Data with Event-Linked Network in the Internet of Things  - International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks (2014) The Internet of Things  - MIT Technology Review, Business Report (2014​) The Internet of Things Will Thrive by 2025  - Pew Internet Research Project The Internet of Things: connecting the world  - Carretero J., García J.D. (2014) The trend towards the Internet of Things: what does it help inDisaster and Risk Management?  
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Score: 590645 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...resources/Pages/topic-003.aspx
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Internet connection? Devices used to access the Internet? Type of connection – broadband? Barriers for e.g. Internet/broadband at home EUROPEAN COMMISSION EUROSTAT Directorate F: Social Statistics and Information Society Unit F-6: Information Society and Tourism Statistics Information Society Statistics in the Internet: EUROSTAT website -> Themes -> Science and technology -> Data -> Information society statistics HH HH -- Use of Internet: core variablesUse of Internet: core variables Most recent use of the Internet? Frequency of Internet use? Location of Internet use? Stand-alone information, but also serves as indirect information for monitoring digital literacy, digital divide Access to the Internet via mobile devices (GPRS, UMTS, palmtop, portable computer via wireless connection, …)?
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Score: 590558.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...resentation_Benchmarking_e.pdf
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“A working definition” of Internet governance was developed by the Working Group on Internet Governance (WGIG) and later adopted by the Summit and included in para. 34 of the Tunis Agenda, which states that Internet Governance is “the development and application by gov- ernments, the private sector and civil society, in their respective roles, of shared principles, norms, rules, decision-making procedures, and programmes that shape the evolution and use of the Internet”. (...) Policy authority for Internet-related public policy issues is the sovereign right of States. They have rights and responsi- bilities for international Internet-related public policy issues. ii. The private sector has had, and should continue to have, an important role in the development of the Internet, both in the technical and economic fields. iii.
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Score: 590533.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/wtpf-13...-13-internet-governance-en.pdf
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Internet The collection of interconnected networks that use the Internet protocols (IP). (...) Internet Content Provider A person or organisation, that provides information via the Internet either with a price or free of charge. Internet Service Provider (ISP) ISPs provide end users, and other ISPs, access to the Internet.
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Score: 590512.35 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...G1/Documents/1999/000/073e.doc
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Rapporteur Groups activity on International Internet Connectivity   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Home : ITU-T Home : Study Groups : Study Group 3 : International Internet Connectivity       International Internet Connectivity Rapporteur Groups activity One of the more important decisions taken by the ITU relates to a recommendation (D.50) regarding Internet traffic exchange or so-called "peering" or transit arrangements between Internet service providers and Internet backbone providers which is needed in order for the ISPs to obtain global Internet connectivity for users of the Internet. (...) At the meeting the main discussions focused on how traffic is actually exchanged on the Internet so that all delegates were able to properly understand how the mechanisms of Internet connectivity actually work and how backbone network service providers operate and conclude agreements with local or international Internet service providers. (...) Presentations by Cable and Wireless and AT&T provided extensive information and data about the working of the Internet and about changes in the Internet market.These presentations also addressed the ways in which Internet traffic is becoming more regional in nature.
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Score: 590428.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com03/iic/rapp.html
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ITU Internet Reports 2002: Internet for a Mobile Generation   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-D : ICT Data and Statistics (IDS)     ITU Internet Reports 2002: Internet for a Mobile Generation Purchase electronic version now (.pdf) 4th edition 2002, price: 100 Swiss Francs Executive Summary: PDF , HTML Table of contents List of tables List of figures List of boxes List of statistical tables Previous Reports in the ITU Internet Reports series (previously known as "Challenges to the Network") Third report (December 2000) " ITU Internet Reports 2001: IP Telephony " Second report (February 1999, updated October 1999) " Challenges to the Network: Internet for Development " First report (September 1997) " Challenges to the Network: Telecoms and the Internet " ITU Internet Reports 2002: Internet for a Mobile Generation This report, the fourth in the ITU Internet Reports series, provides a timely analysis of the development of second- and third-generation mobile networks and technologies towards the provision of mobile Internet applications and services. (...) The report covers the main technologies and applications for the mobile internet, the evolving market trends and corporate strategies, regulatory and policy aspects, societal implications, country case studies etc.  Click here for a summary of each chapter of the report The final part of the report presents a series of statistical tables that present the latest available data for more than 200 economies worldwide in terms of their adoption of mobile communications and the Internet. The tables include a specially prepared Mobile Internet Index that attempts to gauge the likelihood of adoption of the mobile Internet in different economies.
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Score: 590344.63 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...ions/mobileinternet/index.html
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