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Understanding Internet Focus Institutions [Session 6] Theresa Swinehart General Manager, Global Partnerships ICANN ITU Workshop on Internet Governance Geneva, 26-27 February 2004 The Internet Arpa Network – September 1969 The Internet - 2002 Source: peacockmaps.com The Internet • Levels – National (ISPs, telecom networks, service providers, NIC, etc.) – Regional (Regional Registries) – Global (Different technical bodies, commercial entities, public policy nowadays) – Numerous bodies involved, all with respective expertise, respective responsibilities, respective interests. • Issues associated with the Internet – E-commerce, Taxation, Content, Cultural diversity, Spam, Security, Financial transactions, Data protection, E-education….. • Everybody owns, and is responsible for, the Internet. (...) The Internet • Community involved in the Internet has expanded since the Internet’s evolution. • ICANN started as an effort to transition something purely under US control to the global community • The model seeks to encapsulate the environment of the Internet – it is a living organization – it is not static, and is designed to be noisy and address differences of opinions. Domain Names and IP Addresses • Domain names are the familiar, easy-to- remember names for computers on the Internet • - e.g., kcom.biz, icann.org, nic.org.gh • Domain names correlate to Internet Protocol numbers (IP numbers) (e.g., 98.37.241.130) that serve as routing addresses on the Internet • The domain name system (DNS) translates domain names into IP numbers needed for routing packets of information over the Internet The Internet’s DNS • The Internet has a unique DNS system in which many partners are involved • What comes with that?
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Score: 581765.43 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo...ons/swinehart-presentation.pdf
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To express your interest, please contact UNESCO focal points Xianhong Hu and Karen Landa: internet.indicators@unesco.org   National assessment of the Internet Universality Indicators Assessing Internet development in Benin Assessing Internet development in Brazil Assessing Internet development in Germany   Assessing internet development in Benin: using UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators/ UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National Assessments This publication is the second edition of the UNESCO Series of Internet Universality Indicators National assessments using Internet Universality Indicators, with Benin as the country of study. The Internet Universality Indicators developed by UNESCO look at 5 key dimensions of national Internet environments: Rights, Openness, Accessibility, Multistakeholder participation, and Cross-cutting issues ("ROAM-X"). (...) The Internet Universality Indicators developed by UNESCO look at 5 key dimensions of national Internet environments: Rights, Openness, Accessibility, Multistakeholder participation, and Cross-cutting issues ("ROAM-X").
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Score: 581721.9 - https://en.unesco.org/internet...ndicators/national-assessments
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Household income … 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 HouseholdsHouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess & & type of type of connectionconnection usedused, by , by degreedegree of urbanisation (EU25, 2006)of urbanisation (EU25, 2006) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 59 50 32 38 31 22 6962 0 20 40 60 80 100 total urban intermediate rural Internet Broadband 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 HouseholdsHouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess & & type of type of connectionconnection usedused, bottom5 and top5 countries (2005), bottom5 and top5 countries (2005) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 19 22 22 23 48 54 65 73 75 78 84 23 36 33 40 51 54 63 16 12 75 0,6 110 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 LT CZ EL HU SK EU 25 FI LU SE DK NL IS Internet Broadband 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 HouseholdsHouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess & & type of type of connectionconnection usedused, by , by incomeincome group (2005)group (2005) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals (data based on a subset of 8 European countries: HU, LV, LT, PL, SI, SK, IS, NO) 24 33 56 12 16 32 13 60 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Quartile 1 Quartile 2 Quartile 3 Quartile 4 Internet Broadband 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 HouseholdsHouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess & & type of type of connectionconnection usedused, by , by incomeincome group (2005): group (2005): IcelandIceland & & NorwayNorway Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals Iceland 91 94 96 67 76 87 68 43 0 20 40 60 80 100 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Internet B ro adband Norway 54 78 91 34 45 63 38 30 0 20 40 60 80 100 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Internet B ro adband 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 HouseholdsHouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess & & type of type of connectionconnection usedused, by , by incomeincome group (2005): group (2005): LithuaniaLithuania & & LatviaLatvia Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals Lithuania 6 14 40 10 31 2 41 0 20 40 60 80 100 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Internet B ro adband Latvia 18 34 55 13 29 3 820 20 40 60 80 100 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Internet B ro adband 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 BarriersBarriers to to householdshouseholds’’ Internet Internet accessaccess (2005)(2005) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals • Question to households without home Internet connection • Multiple answers were possible 41% doesn't want Internet (content is not useful, etc.) 25% equipment costs are too hig 24% lack of skills 23% access costs are too high (telephone, etc.) 18% has access elsewhere 8% doesn't want Internet (content is harmful, etc.) 6% privacy or security concerns 1% physical disability 13% other reasons 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 Proportion of Proportion of individualsindividuals not not regularlyregularly usingusing the Internetthe Internet / / nevernever havinghaving usedused a computera computer (EU25, 2005)(EU25, 2005) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 57 32 51 81 77 53 28 22 46 68 84 34 27 61 57 25 22 36 64 9 480 20 40 60 80 100 To tal Ag ed 16 -24 Ag ed 25 -54 Ag ed 55 -74 Lo we r e du ca tio n Mi dd le ed uc ati on Hig he r e du ca tio n Stu de nts Em plo ye es , s elf -em plo ye d Un em plo ye d Re itre d, ina cti ve , e tc. Not regularly using the Internet Never used a computer 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 Proportion of Proportion of individualsindividuals not not regularlyregularly usingusing the Internetthe Internet / / nevernever havinghaving usedused a computera computer (EU25, 2005)(EU25, 2005) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 36 31 23 80 50 21 92 77 51 12 57 21 51 4 7 79 23 3 0 20 40 60 80 100 Lower edu Middle edu Higher edu Lower edu Middle edu Higher edu Lower edu Middle edu Higher edu Not regularly using the Internet Never used a computer Aged 16-24 Aged 25-54 Aged 55-74 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 Proportion of Proportion of individualsindividuals not not regularlyregularly usingusing the Internetthe Internet / / nevernever havinghaving usedused a computera computer (2005)(2005) 24 27 19 26 26 57 72 74 72 66 8 8 10 13 34 53 53 56 82 65 8 57 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 SE DK IS NO NL EU25 PT CY IT HU EL Not regularly using the Internet Never used a computer Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 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 IndividualsIndividuals’’ use of computers and Internetuse of computers and Internet (2004 and 2006), (2004 and 2006), by by gendergender and and age groupage group (EU25)(EU25) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 2006 36 68 25 19 72 88 88 83 65 30 84 59 29 29 11 23 24 5 0 20 40 60 80 100 M en 16-24 M en 25-54 M en 55-74 Wo men 16-24 Wo men 25-54 Wo men 55-74 Computer use Internet use e-commerce 2004 31 60 20 14 8183 64 49 74 25 55 76 418168 23 23 0 20 40 60 80 100 M en 16-24 M en 25-54 M en 55-74 Wo men 16-24 Wo men 25-54 Wo men 55-74 Computer use Internet use e-commerce 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 IndividualsIndividuals’’ use of computers and Internetuse of computers and Internet (2006), (2006), by by gendergender and and educationaleducational levellevel (EU25)(EU25) Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals 90 34 68 87 36 65 86 28 59 81 73 43 10 27 44 7 22 34 0 20 40 60 80 100 Men lower Men middle Men higher Women lower Women middle Women higher Computer use Internet use E-commerce 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 The The digital digital dividedivide 2002 2002 –– 2005:2005: proportion of proportion of individualsindividuals usingusing the Internet, by age groupthe Internet, by age group Source: Eurostat, Community survey on ICT usage in households and by individuals (data based on 11 old Member States, namely DK, DE, EL, ES, IT, LU, NL, AT, PT, FI, SE) Internet use is increasing in all age groups But the gap or divide is becoming wider rather than narrowing 59 67 72 76 15 19 23 26 0 20 40 60 80 100 2002 2003 2004 2005 Aged 16-34 Aged 55-74 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 The futureThe future Detailed module on digital literacy, e-skills and e-learning in the 2007 survey Additional breakdowns in the pipeline for more detailed monitoring of e-inclusion and digital divide Feasibility of more detailed regional breakdown is being studied (e.g. Länder, provinces, …) Expanding the number of countries collecting information on the household income (currently optional) 2006 survey: data collection for younger individuals (< 16y) and older individuals (>74y) Eurostat’s Information Society Statistics The digital divide in Europe Information Society statistics (ISS): The Digital Divide Eurostat’s Information Society statistics Households’ Internet access & type of connection used, by degree of urbanisation (EU25, 2006) Households’ Internet access & type of connection used, bottom5 and top5 countries (2005) Households’ Internet access & type of connection used, by income group (2005) Households’ Internet access & type of connection used, by income group (2005): Iceland & Norway Households’ Internet access & type of connection used, by income group (2005): Lithuania & Latvia Barriers to households’ Internet access (2005) Proportion of individuals not regularly using the Internet / never having used a computer (EU25, 2005) Proportion of individuals not regularly using the Internet / never having used a computer (EU25, 2005) Proportion of individuals not regularly using the Internet / never having used a computer (2005) Individuals’ use of computers and Internet (2004 and 2006), by gender and age group (EU25) Individuals’ use of computers and Internet (2006), by gender and educational level (EU25) The digital divide 2002 – 2005:proportion of individuals using the Internet, by age group The future
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Score: 581469.53 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...ntation_digital%20divide_e.pdf
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What's so special about the Internet? 17 May 2001 - World Telecommunication Day The Internet: challenges, opportunities and prospects        The advent of the Internet has been variously described as being as important for society as the development of the personal computer, the telephone or even the printing press. (...) For those who have started to use the Internet, and have gone beyond the initial frustrations associated with using any new technology, the Internet can do all these things and more. (...) Barriers to Internet commerce are to some extent the same as those for Internet use in general.
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Score: 581446.34 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchiv...wtd/2001/ExecutiveSummary.html
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Internet governance general Name Apply Dimensions: 1. (...) 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 . (...) 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.
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Score: 581370.2 - https://en.unesco.org/glossari...nternet%20governance%20general
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Petraitis e-Biz Repository.ppt UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 1 e-Business Repository Project UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development Brussels 5 October 2005 David Petraitis David.Petraitis@unece.org UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 2 Agenda • Introduction to the e-Business Repository project • Business Registration • Preliminary results – Business Registries and e-Government • The Vision UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 3 Project Goals • Strengthen trust in and sustainability of e-Business … • by creating a standards, methods and knowledge transfer … • of good practices among the countries of the region Technical Focus, Standards Focus, Knowledge Transfer Focus UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 4 Repository Technical Focus • Collection, storage and dissemination of reliable commercial information on companies, • Presenting disparate information bases as an “e-Business repository” • Providing access to the repository for users Information Models and Management, Legacy Interoperability, Use Cases UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 5 Standards Focus • Provide standards for this repository based on: – ebXML – Web Services – Other relevant standards UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 6 Knowledge Transfer Focus • Knowledge transfer of the methods, standards, good practices and road maps among all the countries of the UNECE in order to promote the further building of e-Business repositories. (...) UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 17 ITHRR&D Mktg. Fin. (...) UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 19 Business Model The “Hamburger” UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 20 Government to Business (G2B) Financing Regulation Reporting Taxes UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 21 Government to Business (G2B) Government has a role to play in building business-to- business trust UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 22 Government to Business (G2B) G2B Interchange Citizens Employees Consumers Shareholders UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 23 Business Registry Users Private Sector Government Business Registry Finance Business registries are a key method for building trust UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 24 cartoon by Peter Steiner The New Yorker, Vol.69 (LXIX) © The New Yorker 1993 Internet Dog UNECE Team of Specialists on Internet Enterprise Development 25 Use Case 1 • Does XYZ Company Exist?
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Score: 581339.45 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...p8/internet/brus/petraitis.pdf
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These principles are essential to ensure an open, transparent and inclusive Internet worldwide. In order to trigger a discussion on a wide range of issues related to Internet freedom at global, regional and national levels, UNESCO has organized a series of workshops in past WSIS Forum and Internet Governance Forum meetings since 2006. (...) UNESCO is now developing Internet Universality indicators to help governments and other stakeholders to assess their own national Internet environments and to promote the values associated with Internet Universality. 1 2 3 4 UNESCO initiates global dialogue to enhance the transparency of internet companies, with release of illustrative high-level principles Is the media captured? (...) New findings of national Internet Universality assessment ROAM-X project applauded at Internet Governance Forum 2021 13 December 2021 Internet universality principles advocated at Internet Governance Forum in Namibia 08 December 2021 Internet Universality ROAM principles advocated in Central Asia and Russia 02 December 2021 Just published: UNESCO launches the Internet Universality ROAM-X Indicators in Arabic 01 December 2021 More news Publications 9789231003660_frontcover.jpg Assessing Internet Development in Brazil steering_ai_cover_en.jpg Steering AI and Advanced ICTs for... 9789231002427_frontcover.jpeg World trends in freedom of expression... 259717e.jpg What if we all governed the Internet?
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Score: 581301.27 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/freedom-expression-internet
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1 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.iaea.org Director General: Yukiya Amano (Japan) International Labour Organization (ILO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.ilo.org Director General: Guy Ryder (United Kingdom) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Rome, Italy Internet: www.fao.org Director General: José Graziano da Silva (Brazil) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Paris, France Internet: www.unesco.org Director General: Irina Bokova (Bulgaria) World Health Organization (WHO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.who.int Director General: Dr. (...) Internet: www.imf.org Managing Director: Christine Lagarde (France) International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Montreal, Canada Internet: www.icao.int Secretary-General: Fang Liu (China) Universal Postal Union (UPU) Bern, Switzerland Internet: www.upu.int Director General: Bishar Abdirahman Hussein (Kenya) International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.itu.int Secretary-General: Houlin Zhao (China) World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: public.wmo.int Secretary-General: Michel Jarraud (France) International Maritime Organization (IMO) London, United Kingdom Internet: www.imo.org Secretary-General: Koji Sekimizu (Japan) World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.wipo.int Director General: Francis Gurry (Australia) International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Rome, Italy Internet: www.ifad.org President: Kanayo F. Nwanze (Nigeria) United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.unido.org Director General: Li Yong (China) World Trade Organization (WTO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.wto.org Director General: Roberto Azevêdo (Brazil) World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Madrid, Spain Internet: www.unwto.org Secretary-General: Taleb Rifai (Jordan) Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.ctbto.org Executive Secretary: Lassina Zerbo (Burkina Faso) Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) The Hague, Netherlands Internet: www.opcw.org Director General: Ahmet Üzümcü (Turkey) International Organization for Migration (IOM) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.iom.int Director General: William Lacy Swing (United States) Note: For more information on liaison, regional, subregional and country offices maintained by any of these organizations, please visit their respective websites.
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Score: 581071.73 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...x%2520IV_4%2520%25282%2529.pdf
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1 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.iaea.org Director General: Yukiya Amano (Japan) International Labour Organization (ILO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.ilo.org Director General: Guy Ryder (United Kingdom) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Rome, Italy Internet: www.fao.org Director General: José Graziano da Silva (Brazil) United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Paris, France Internet: www.unesco.org Director General: Irina Bokova (Bulgaria) World Health Organization (WHO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.who.int Director General: Dr. (...) Internet: www.imf.org Managing Director: Christine Lagarde (France) International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Montreal, Canada Internet: www.icao.int Secretary-General: Fang Liu (China) Universal Postal Union (UPU) Bern, Switzerland Internet: www.upu.int Director General: Bishar Abdirahman Hussein (Kenya) International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.itu.int Secretary-General: Houlin Zhao (China) World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: public.wmo.int Secretary-General: Petteri Taalas (Finland) International Maritime Organization (IMO) London, United Kingdom Internet: www.imo.org Secretary-General: Kitack Lim (Republic of Korea) World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.wipo.int Director General: Francis Gurry (Australia) International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Rome, Italy Internet: www.ifad.org President: Kanayo F. Nwanze (Nigeria) United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.unido.org Director General: Li Yong (China) World Trade Organization (WTO) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.wto.org Director General: Roberto Azevêdo (Brazil) World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Madrid, Spain Internet: www.unwto.org Secretary-General: Taleb Rifai (Jordan) Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) Vienna, Austria Internet: www.ctbto.org Executive Secretary: Lassina Zerbo (Burkina Faso) Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) The Hague, Netherlands Internet: www.opcw.org Director General: Ahmet Üzümcü (Turkey) International Organization for Migration (IOM) Geneva, Switzerland Internet: www.iom.int Director General: William Lacy Swing (United States) Note: For more information on liaison, regional, subregional and country offices maintained by any of these organizations, please visit their respective websites.
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Score: 581071.73 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...016_39_Appendix%2520IV_4_0.pdf
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Internet Society Board of Trustees Revenue Report Geneva, 9-11 May 2006 Joint UNESCO and ITU Global Symposium on Promoting the Multilingual Internet CulturallyCulturally--appropriate Local appropriate Local Environments and a Global InternetEnvironments and a Global Internet John C. Klensin Internet Society Geneva, 9-11 May 2006 Klensin: Culturally-appropriate Environments & Internet 2 Reflecting on the Agenda • Many papers seem to be about technology details – How to implement X – Experience with Y – A technology for Z – Making particular Internet tools more international Geneva, 9-11 May 2006 Klensin: Culturally-appropriate Environments & Internet 3 Are Those Answers to the Right Questions? (...) • The Ability to Find Material of Interest • Navigation… – Search – Directories – Names • All accessible in local languages …but not always global Geneva, 9-11 May 2006 Klensin: Culturally-appropriate Environments & Internet 18 What Do We Need from a Global Internet?
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Score: 581066.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...al/presentations/I-Klensin.pdf
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