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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION 7 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Honolulu, 14 January 1996 The Internet and the Information Infrastructure: What's the difference? (...) The Internet as marketplace In July 1995, The Economist introduced its first ever survey of the Internet with the following statement: “ The explosive growth of the Internet is not the result of a fad or a fluke, but the result of a digital free market unleashed ”. (...) THE INTERNET AS A BANDWAGON I referred a moment ago to the “Internet bandwagon”.
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Score: 594277.73 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/osg...speech/chron/1996/ptc96_pt.rtf
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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION 7 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Honolulu, 14 January 1996 The Internet and the Information Infrastructure: What's the difference? (...) The Internet as marketplace In July 1995, The Economist introduced its first ever survey of the Internet with the following statement: “ The explosive growth of the Internet is not the result of a fad or a fluke, but the result of a digital free market unleashed ”. (...) THE INTERNET AS A BANDWAGON I referred a moment ago to the “Internet bandwagon”.
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Score: 594277.73 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/osg...tspeech/theme/env/ptc96_pt.rtf
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Keywords IPTV, Internet-sourced contents, Internet content provider, IPTV content provider, IPTV service provider Change Log This document contains Version 1 of the ITU-T Technical Paper on "Access to Internet-sourced contents" approved at the ITU-T Study Group 16 meeting held in Geneva, 14-25 March 2011. (...) NOTE 1: Although the term "Internet contents" is used throughout this document, the scope of this technical paper is limited to access to audio and audiovisual Internet contents. (...) In this mode, the IPTV service providers discover Internet contents without previous content declaration from the Internet content providers.
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Score: 594223.7 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...T-TUT-IPTV-2011-AISC-PDF-E.pdf
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ITU Young Minds in Telecoms Competition 2005 - Essay Raushan Sagalbayeva Challenges and Opportunities Associated with Making Internet Mobile 1.1 Definitions: Making Internet Mobile and/or Wireless? (...) The notion of the "mobile internet" became the telecom buzz word in 2000-2002 when Japan and Korea launched their first networks, which enabled provision of mobile Internet services. The mobile Internet can be defined as services allowing access to Internet through mobile phones on the basis of 2.5 (GPRS) and 3G mobile technologies.
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Score: 594222.8 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/yo...5/YoungMinds05_Sagalbayeva.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Sures_IGF Presentation updated 7Oct09-general.ppt An Expansionary Approach towards the IPv6 Address Allocation Model Prof Dr Sureswaran Ramadass Director, NAv6. Internet Governance Forum, 15-18 November 2009, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt 2 Introduction • The Internet has evolved from a research based closed network to a social network used by everyone, and has grown to become the largest economy in the world. • It is important to note that the focus of this study has never been to criticise ICANN or the RIRs. (...) This is in line with the basic principle of freedom and democracy advocated by the founders and the current Internet community. • Creating more localised RIR and CIRs will lead to provisioning of better and more competitive services to the Internet community. This is standard textbook outputs of “healthy competition”. • To have more relevant and equal participation in the IPv6 address allocation policy development by local Internet communities. 5 Need for an Expansionary IPv6 Address Allocation Model • To meet the local needs of the Internet users, especially within the Asian community by providing local language content, systems and training. • To achieve better conservation of IPv6 addresses as local entities know the local requesting organizations better. • To ensure better support and awareness programs to help move the IPv6 agenda, especially for the developing nations in the region. 6 Current Internet Address Allocation Model 7 Current IPv6 Address Allocation Hierarchy and Policy IANA LIR/ISP NIR RIRRIR LIR/ISP EU/ ISP EUEU /12 /32 /32 /48 - /64 IANA – Internet Assigned Number Authority RIR – Regional Internet Registries NIR – National Internet Registries LIR – Local Internet Registries ISP – Internet Service Providers EU – End User Allocation hierarchy Minimum prefix size allocation 8 Proposed Country Internet Registry (CIR) model Country 1 Country 2 Country 3 Country 4 Country n Alternative IANA Peer entity • The Peer entity could be at the regional or international level • The Peer entity should be a multilateral, multi- stakeholder international body that could ensure close coordination among the CIRs and the RIRs. 9 Proposed IPv6 Address Allocation Hierarchy and Policy Alternative RIR (Peer Entity) IANA LIR/ISP NIR RIRRIR LIR/ISP EU/ ISP EUEU IANA – Internet Assigned Number Authority RIR – Regional Internet Registries ITU – International Telecommunication Union NIR – National Internet Registries CIR – Country based Internet Registries LIR – Local Internet Registries ISP – Internet Service Providers EU – End User Allocation hierarchy CIR LIR/ISP EU /12 /32 /32 /48 - /64 Minimum prefix size allocation 10 The CIR model (1/4) • The new entity/entities would serve in parallel to the current RIRs, thus providing Internet users a greater freedom of choice for obtaining IPv6 Address Allocation. • The policies followed by the CIRs would be in close cooperation with the existing RIR policies with specific interest to satisfy the local needs of the users. • Would adhere to the technical aspects of the Internet – address conservation, aggregation and registration 11 The CIR model (2/4) • Does not disturbs the existing infrastructure nor introduces any new infrastructure. • There would be no additional fragmentation as our research and studies show have shown this. • Overall number of prefixes added to the core routing table would be the same. • As such the expanded RIR/CIR model would not impact or threaten the global Internet stability and routability. 12 The CIR model (3/4) A CIR being closer to the user – could check on the credentials of the applicants in assessing their IPv6 address needs – can provide more fairly balanced aggregation and conservation through proper allocation of needed address space to the end sites – would be able to better satisfy the local needs of the user – multilingual local language support and localized helpdesk 13 The CIR model (4/4) • The CIRs would value add to the RIRs and benefit the Internet Users by differentiation of services. • The CIRs would have equal participation in the policy formation and resource distribution so that Internet resource distribution and decentralization are more balanced, especially within their own countries. • Implementing CIRs would facilitate a more equitable access to Internet resources, especially for non-English speaking countries, providing greater accessibility to the Internet for everyone. 14 Conclusion • The RIRs have greatly contributed in the early growth of the Internet and this is valued and appreciated. • But we have to move with time – In creating the Next Generation Internet – An Internet that is open and non-monopolistic – An Internet where the users have a freedom of choice – The current Internet provides fair distribution of IPv6 addresses, and such methods of distribution should continue to be supported.
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P:\SPEA\SPUCOMM\Mark\challenges 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Challenges to the Network INTERNET FOR DEVELOPMENT Executive summary October 1999 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION 2 CHALLENGES TO THE NETWORK: INTERNET FOR DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 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. (...) 4 CHALLENGES TO THE NETWORK: INTERNET FOR DEVELOPMENT 2. Internet in developing countries On a global scale, Internet growth has been little short of phenomenal.
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This trend is illustrated in the growth of Internet users (see Figure 2.1) and data traffic over the last decade. (...) Today, 40 per cent of the global population is using the Internet, and a fifth of Internet traffic is cross-border.2 Notably, the most significant growth is in emerging markets such as Africa and Arab States – where between the years 2005 and 2014 growth was 934 per cent and 480 per cent, respectively. Figure 2.1: Individuals Using the Internet This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This 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billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).This figure shows the number of internet users by region totaling in 2005 above 1 billion, 2 billion 2019 and almost 3 2014 (estimates).Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database.This chapter examines the increasing complexity of devising an effective, yet flexible, framework to promote effective competition and consumer choice in the rapidly changing ICT sector.
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These consultations were meant to publicize the project, gather prominent and leading regional experts, and engage with different stakeholders – from Member States, international organizations, technical community, private sector, civil society and NGOs, Internet and legal experts, political scientists, journalists and media experts to students and civil society groups. (...) Events Dates Location News release RightsCon Conference 2017  29-31 March 2017 Brussels, Belgium UNESCO consults experts on Internet Universality Indicators at Brussels conference GIG-Arts Paris 30-31 March 2017 Paris, France UNESCO consults Gig-ARTS Conference on its new project Defining Internet Universality Indicators Annual Conference of BILETA (British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association) 10-11 April 2017 Braga, Portugal UNESCO advocates Internet Universality indicators and online freedoms at BILETA conference World Press Freedom Day 1-4 May 2017 Jakarta, Indonesia UNESCO consults on developing Internet Universality Indicators during World Press Freedom Day Stockholm Internet Forum 2017 22 May 2017 Stockholm, Sweden UNESCO consults on Internet Universality indicators Africa Internet Summit 30 May 2017 Nairobi, Kenya Kenya: Internet Governance Forum Conference 2017 European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) 6-7 June 2017 Tallinn, Estonia UNESCO holds a multistakeholder consultation on Internet Universality Indicators at EuroDIG conference World News Media Congress 7-9 June 2017 Durban, South Africa UNESCO promotes source confidentiality study to editors WSIS Forum 12-16 June 2017 Geneva, Switzerland UNESCO launches consultation website to define Internet Universality Indicators during WSIS Forum 2017 Global Media Forum  19-21 June 2017 Bonn, Germany Internet Universality indicators consulted at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2017 IAMCR 2017 16-20 July 2017 Cartagena, Columbia UNESCO consults academics on Internet indicators Asia Pacific IGF 26-29 July 2017 Bangkok, Thailand UNESCO Internet Universality Indicators consulted at the 8th Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum IGF LAC 2-4 August 2017 Panama City, Panama UNESCO finalizes a series of consultations on Internet Universality Indicators in Latin America APC member meeting 16-18 August 2017 Johannesburg   Centro de Estudios en Libertad de Expresión y Acceso a la Información (CELE17) 6-8 September 2017 Buenos Aires, Argentina UNESCO finalizes a series of consultations on Internet Universality Indicators in Latin America Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa (FIFAfrica) 27-29 September 2017 Johannesburg, South Africa South Africa to host Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa IPDC Council informal meeting 28 September 2017 Paris, France UNESCO Member States encouraged to participate in the framing of Internet Universality indicators during IPDC meeting Global Privacy and Data protection conference 28-29 September 2017 Hong Kong, China UNESCO Internet Universality Indicators consulted at 39th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Hong Kong International Seminar on Freedom of Expression, Children’s Rights and Media 2-4 October 2017 Lima, Peru UNESCO finalizes a series of consultations on Internet Universality Indicators in Latin America Internet Freedom conference 13 October 2017 Vienna, Austria UNESCO advocates Internet Universality and international human rights standards at the Internet Freedom Conference in Vienna World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC-17) 9-20 October 2017 Buenos Aires, Argentina UNESCO finalizes a series of consultations on Internet Universality Indicators in Latin America Moscow: European Journalism Training Association 18-20 October 2017 Moscow, Russia Russian journalism community and academia engage in UNESCO’s project to develop Internet Universality indicators Jordan Media Institute 24 October 2017 Amman, Jordan Internet Universality Indicators consultations organized in Amman Global Media and Information Literacy week  25 October - 1 November 2017 Kingston, Jamaica Seventh Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue (MILID) Conference ICANN 28 October - 3 November 2017 Abu Dhabi, UAE UNESCO consults on Internet indicators at ICANN60 Vietnam Internet Forum 27-28 November 2017 Hanoi, Vietnam Vietnam Internet Forum discusses Internet Universality indicators Use Internet Universality to assess cyberlaws North African and African Internet Governance Forum 28 November - 6 December 2017 Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt UNESCO consults on its draft Internet Universality Indicators at the North African and African Internet Governance Forum in Egypt Global Voices summit 2017 3 December 2017 Colombo, Sri Lanka Global Voices summit 2017 participants contribute to UNESCO Internet Universality Indicators IGF 2017 17-21 December 2017 Geneva, Switzerland UNESCO consults with participants of the Internet Governance Forum 2017 on the Internet Universality indicators Global Network Initiative briefing 9 February 2018 Paris HQ, France UNESCO briefs Global Network Initiative on Internet Indicators 2nd Global Conference of the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network 26-28 February 2018 Ottawa, Canada Jurisdiction experts invited to enrich UNESCO’s draft Internet indicators Regional Consultation Forum in Latin America 5 March 2018 São Paulo, Brazil UNESCO finalizes a series of consultations on Internet Universality Indicators in Latin America International Working Meeting on Governance Innovation for a Connected World 8-9 March 2018 Stanford, CA, USA Governance Innovation for a Connected World Regional Consultation Forum in the Arab states 12-13 March 2018 Tunis, Tunisia Leading experts from Arab states stress the relevance of Internet Universality Indicators WSIS Forum 2018 21 March 2018 Geneva, Switzerland UNESCO promotes Internet Universality indicators to advance SDGs at WSIS Forum 2018 International Journalism Festival 14 April 2018 Perugia, Italy Journalism community addresses Internet Universality Indicators at the International Journalism Festival GIG-ARTS Conference 27 April 2018 Cardiff, United Kingdom Academic community welcomes UNESCO’s project to develop Internet Universality Indicators during GIG-ARTS conference World Press Freedom Day 3 May 2018 Accra, Ghana 25th Edition of World Press Freedom Day Reinforces Watchdog Role of Media UNESCO design workshop on Internet Universality 3-5 May 2018 Bangkok, Thailand Internet freedom beyond words: artists and creators capture Internet Universality and its ROAM principles RightsCon Toronto 16-18 May 2018 Toronto, Canada UNESCO consults RightsCon stakeholders about implementing Internet Universality Indicators European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) 4 June 2018 Tbilisi, Georgia UNESCO presents second draft of Internet Universality Indicators at EuroDIG 2018 Global Media Forum 12 June 2018 Bonn, Germany UNESCO presents Internet Universality Indicators at Global Media Forum IAMCR 2018 20-24 June 2018 Eugene, OR, USA UNESCO’s internet indicators should assess practical realities – academics EuroDIG 2018 4 June 2018 Tbilisi, Georgia UNESCO presents second draft of Internet Universality Indicators at EuroDIG 2018 Forum sur la gouvernance de l'Internet (IGF) France 5 July 2018 Paris, France UNESCO promotes an Open and Inclusive Internet at the Internet Governance Forum of France FIFAfrica 28 September 2018 Accra, Ghana UNESCO advocated Access to Information and Internet Universality Indicators at FIFAfrica 2018 ICDPPC 2018 23 October 2018 Brussels, Belgium UNESCO presents Internet Universality Indicators at 2018 International Privacy Conference IGF 2018 13 November 2018 Paris, France UNESCO advocates Internet Universality R.O.A.M indicators at IGF 2018   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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ITU Internet Report Series: Tracking the internet worldwide since 1997 Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD ITU Internet Report Series: Tracking the internet worldwide since 1997   ITU Internet Report   Series t racking the internet worldwide since 1997   The ITU Internet Reports cover almost a decade of the evolution of the internet and the fixed and mobile telephone networks. (...) Chapter two, Technologies for the portable Internet, provides a technical overview of high-speed mobile and wireless networks underlying the portable Internet. (...) The subject of the report is the Internet, and more particularly the relationship between the Internet and the telecommunications industry.
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Score: 594030.37 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/pu...lications/internetreports.html
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Internet Policies, Governace and Activities Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD Management of Internet Names and Addresses ITU Plenipotentiary Conference (Antalya, 2006) Internet-related Decisions and Resolutions adopted at the ITU 2006 Plenipotentiary Conference , including: DECISION 9 (GT-PLEN/A) (Antalya, 2006): Fourth World Telecommunication Policy Forum RESOLUTION 101 (Rev. Antalya, 2006): Internet Protocol-based networks RESOLUTION 102 (Rev. (...) Council Document 2005/32: ITU activities related to Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks and management of Internet domain names and addresses; including activities related to Internet governance (PDF) Council Document 2004/28: Report on Resolution 101 (Minneapolis, 1998): Internet Protocol (IP)-based Networks; Resolution 102 (Rev.
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