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The most important software standards for the Internet are comprised in the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP). (...) Arabic: 2.17 مزود خدمات الإنترنت 2.18 Internet exchange point / IXP Physical infrastructure through which Internet service providers (ISP) exchange Internet traffic between their networks (autonomous systems). (...) Arabic: 2.18 نقطة تبادل إنترنت 2.19 Internet Protocol Suite Computer networking model and communication protocols combining numerous technical standards used in the Internet and other networks based on the Internet Protocol Suite.
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Score: 592468.36 - https://en.unesco.org/glossari...ucture%20and%20standardization
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We believe it serves to encourage all stakeholders to continue discussion and collaboration on Internet matters. A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Internet Governance Mr Chairman, 11. (...) Given the breadth of Internet governance, and the expanse of issues covered, Singapore believes in the necessity of a multi-stakeholder approach towards Internet governance. (...) In addition, Singapore has adopted other principles which include: i. Optimal Internet resource management to support the growing use of the Internet; ii.
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Score: 592426.86 - https://www.itu.int/en/wtpf-13...ments/wtpf-13-singapore-en.pdf
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1 Methodological note on the indicator “Fixed-broadband Internet traffic” ITU collects data on “Fixed-broadband Internet traffic” since 2013. (...) For instance, based on measurements at Internet interconnection points (Table 2). The portion of Internet traffic that stays on-net should be taken into consideration. (...) Figure 2 summarizes the different options that operators have to report data on fixed-broadband Internet traffic. 5 Figure 2: Decision tree for the data collection of fixed-broadband Internet traffic IPDRs or Internet access log records available?
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Score: 592426.86 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S.../Note_FixedInternetTraffic.pdf
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Management of Internet domain names and addresses International Telecommunication Union Français  |  Español     Print Version   Home : Newsroom : PP-02 Newsroom     Management of Internet domain names and addresses RESOLUTION 102 (Rev. Marrakesh, 2002) Management of Internet domain names and addresses The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union ( Marrakesh, 2002), aware that the purposes of the Union are, inter alia, to promote, at the international level, the adoption of a broad approach to the issues of telecommunications in the global information economy and society, to promote the extension of the benefits of new telecommunication technologies to all the world's inhabitants and to harmonize the efforts of Member States and Sector Members in the attainment of those ends, considering that advances in the global information infrastructure, including the development of Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks and especially the Internet, are of crucial importance as an important engine for growth in the world economy in the twenty-first century; that the private sector is playing a very important role in the expansion and development of the Internet, for example through investments in infrastructures and services; that the development of the Internet is essentially market-led and driven by private and government initiatives; that the management of the registration and allocation of Internet domain names and addresses must fully reflect the geographical and functional nature of the Internet, taking into account an equitable balance of interests of all stakeholders; that Internet domain names and addresses, and more generally the Internet and global information networks, must be widely accessible to all citizens without regard to gender, race, religion or country of residence; that the methods of allocation of Internet domain names and addresses should not privilege any country or region of the world to the detriment of others; that the management of the Internet is a subject of valid international interest and must flow from full international cooperation; that the expanding use of the Internet is expected to lead to the need for an increased capacity of IP addresses; that Member States represent the interests of the population of the country or territory for which a country code top-level domain (ccTLD) has been delegated; that Member States should play an active role in coordinating the resolution of management and administrative constraints arising with respect to their ccTLDs, recognizing that ITU is dealing with issues related to IP-based networks in general and the Internet in particular; that ITU performs worldwide coordination of a number of name and address allocation systems and acts as a forum for policy discussion in this area; that ITU can play a positive role by offering a platform for encouraging discussions, and for the dissemination of information, particularly to developing country governments, on the management of Internet domain names and addresses; that through international cooperation, ITU should contribute to policy development related to the management of Internet domain names and addresses, emphasizing that the management of Internet domain names and addresses includes: technical and coordination tasks, for which technical private bodies can be responsible, and; public interest matters (for example, stability, security, freedom of use, protection of individual rights, sovereignty, competition rules and equal access for all), for which governments or intergovernmental organizations are responsible and to which qualified international organizations contribute; that the methods of allocation of global and essential resources such as Internet domain names and addresses are of interest to both governments and the private sector; that the role of governments is to provide a clear, consistent and predictable legal framework, to promote a favourable environment in which global information networks are interoperable and widely accessible to all citizens, and to ensure adequate protection of public interests in the management of Internet domain names and addresses; that it is in the public interest that the system that manages Internet domain names and addresses has transparent rules and procedures, including dispute resolution procedures to facilitate the protection of intellectual property rights; that governments are expected to promote, as appropriate, a fair competitive environment among companies or organizations responsible for Internet resource allocation, instructs the Secretary-General to take a significant role in international discussions and initiatives on the management of Internet domain names and addresses, taking into account associated developments and the purposes of the Union; to encourage all Member States to participate in the discussions on international management of Internet domain names and addresses, so that worldwide representation in the debates can be ensured; to liaise and to cooperate, in conjunction with the Bureaux, with the regional telecommunication organizations pursuant to this resolution; to provide assistance, in conjunction with the Bureaux, to Member States, if so requested, in order to achieve their stated policy objectives with respect to the management of Internet domain names and addresses; to report annually to the Council on the activities undertaken on this subject, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau to continue to liaise and to cooperate with appropriate entities on relevant Internet domain name and address management issues, such as the transition to IP Version 6 (IPv6), ENUM, and internationalized domain names (IDN); to work with Member States and Sector Members, recognizing the activities of other appropriate entities, to review Member States' ccTLD and other related experiences; to work with Member States and Sector Members, recognizing the activities of other appropriate entities, to develop a recommendation to clarify the management of the domain ".int"; to report annually to the Council on the activities undertaken on this subject, instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau to organize international and regional forums, in conjunction with appropriate entities, for the period 2002-2006, to discuss policy, operational and technical issues on the Internet in general and the management of Internet domain names and addresses in particular for the benefit of Member States, especially for least developed countries; to report annually to the Council on the activities undertaken on this subject, instructs the Council to take appropriate measures in order to contribute actively to international discussions and initiatives related to the management of Internet domain names and addresses, invites Member States to participate actively in the discussions on the management of Internet domain names and addresses and notably on progress being made in pursuit of their policy objectives; to participate in and follow the policy, operational and technical developments of the management of Internet domain names and addresses; to increase awareness at national level among all appropriate entities, and to encourage their participation in the management of Internet domain names and addresses.    
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Score: 592398.24 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/pp02/highlights/102-e.html
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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: 592373.05 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo...ons/swinehart-presentation.pdf
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Wsis-online.net / February 26, 2004 ITU Workshop on Internet Governance INTERNET GOVERNANCE DISCUSSION AND WSIS Bertrand de LA CHAPELLE Director – wsis-online.net Wsis-online.net / February 26, 2004 ITU Workshop on Internet Governance WHAT DID WSIS PHASE 1 BRING ? (...) Internet Governance was one of the most debated issues during PrepComs ! (...) develop a working definition of Internet Governance; ! identify the public policy issues that are relevant to Internet governance !
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Score: 592330.57 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/fo.../delachapelle-presentation.pdf
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OECD Communications Outlook 1999: Question 13 - Internet Telephony Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD : New Initiatives Prog. : IP Telephony OECD Communications Outlook 1999: Question 13 - Internet Telephony OECD Communications Outlook 1999, Question 13 "Under the communication regulation existing in your country how would national and international voice telephony services provided over the Internet, by entities other than a PTO, be defined and treated? (...) Internet Access Discount Scheme: There is no discount schemes available, however, the PTA is offering a special tariff for the access to Internet Service Providers (ISP) via special assigned numbers. (...) Telecommunications carriers that provide international Internet telephony services are required to submit a report on the volume of traffic (10.7.98) Korea (Republic of) (KOR) Long-distance and international telephone services through the Internet are classified as resale and Internet phone services.
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Score: 592312.5 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...iptel/countries/oecdtable.html
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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: 592214.55 - https://en.unesco.org/internet...ndicators/national-assessments
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Keep ! 5 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo INTRODUÇÃO Content Creation (Consider jointly with HH9) Finding a job (Consider jointly with HH9) Internet security (and quality of service) Barriers to Internet access ICT Skills ICT Expenditure Children and Youth Online Protection ICT Use by Children and Youth ICT Use by Gender Access to Electricity Social Inclusion with ICT, ICT for People with Disabilities Costs Proposal for new indicators Discussion A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Internet Activities Content creation, social interaction and civic participation o Consider jointly with HH9 – Internet Activities o Countries like Egypt and Brazil have expanded list of activities in the HH9 to include social interaction Finding a job Proposal for new indicators Discussion Household expenditure on ICT o Household budget surveys to follow up its consumption on ICT services and devices ICT Expenditure 6 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo INTRODUÇÃO Age (Extend-in scope target population to account for children) Urban / Rural (How to improve reporting) Gender (Collect information about the household head) Reference period (Moving from the “In the last 12 months” to a more relevant reference period) Ownership and Availability of ICTs Set reference period for electronic device in working condition Cross-cutting issues Discussion A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo INTRODUÇÃOCross-cutting issues Discussion Age The age scope should be emphasized to account separately for children o UNSD recommendations on age ranges of individuals Breakdown by urban / rural could be adopted as a classificatory variable to the core indicators o Lack of internationally accepted definition Urban / Rural 7 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo ICT Household Survey in Brazil A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Brazilian Households Survey Cross-cutting issues and new indicators ICT Households Surveys Manual for Measuring ICT Access and Use by Households and Individuals Extended age population Kids aged 5 to 9 Kids aged 5 to 8 Kids aged 9 to 16 2005 20112006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ICT Kids Survey ICT Kids Online Survey New Indicators Urban / rural Reference period Internet activities Social networks 8 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Academic Organizations Government and International Organizations Non-profit Organizations ICT Surveys – Expert Groups Indicators revision 113 Experts 13 ICT Survey projects 54 Organizations A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Age (extend in-scope target population to account for children) o Use of ICT by children from 5 to 9 years old o COP Policies Ministry of Justice 10 25 29 45 90 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Sending emails Instant Messaging Social Networking Information search for school Online games Online activities % of children aged 5 to 9 that have already used the Internet Brazilian Households Survey Cross-cutting issues and new indicators 9 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Reference period - moving from “in the last 12 months” to a more relevant reference period: o Urban / Rural measurements o Digital inclusion policies Ministry of Communications o ICT Households uses “in the last 3 months” o Contributes for the accuracy Internet (% Households) 74 million Internet users in Brazil Internet Users (% population) Brazilian Households Survey Cross-cutting issues and new indicators A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Content creation (consider jointly with Internet activities - HH9) o Investigate more than 30 internet activities since 2005 o Constant revision (Social networks, Twitter, music download). 77 79 79 78 70 67 69 69 47 51 17 17 17 23 14 22 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2008 2009 2010 2011 Sending and receiving email Taking part in social networks Downloading songs Talking to people through programs such as Skype Using microblogs, such as Twitter Online activities % of internet users aged 10 years or more Brazilian Households Survey Cross-cutting issues and new indicators 10 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Barriers to Internet access o Existing barriers for the internet usage 54 48 49 48 23 2521 22 16 18 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2008 2009 2010 2011 High cost/ Cannot afford Not available in the area Has access to the Internet elsewhere No need/ interest Lack of skills/ does not know how to use the Internet Low cost to benefit ratio Reasons for the lack of Internet access in the hous ehold Percentage of the number of households which have computers, but no Internet access Brazilian Households Survey Cross-cutting issues and new indicators A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Internet Access Price Range % Households % Accum. Up to R$ 30,00 10 10 R$ 31,00 a R$ 40,00 11 22 R$ 41,00 a R$ 50,00 15 37 R$ 51,00 a R$ 60,00 15 52 R$ 61,00 a R$ 70,00 10 62 R$ 71,00 a R$ 80,00 8 69 R$ 81,00 a R$ 90,00 6 75 R$ 91,00 a R$ 100,00 4 79 More than R$ 100,00 9 89 Don’t know / did not replied 11 100 28% 52% Internet access expenditure (% of total households with Internet access): o 22% of Brazilian households pay up to US$ 20 per month for the Internet access. (...) Ministry of Justice: Child online protection polices. A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo EGH Online Forum Please join the Online Forum EGH www.itu.int/net4/ITU-D/forums/EGH/ 13 A evolução da Internet no Brasil 26 de março de 2009 – São Paulo Thank You!
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Score: 592214.55 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S.../events/wtim2012/028-E_doc.pdf
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Strategy and Policy Unit Publications Français  |  Español   Print Version   Home : Office of the Secretary-General : CSD  Publications and Reports Telecommunications and Internet Publications and Reports  The ITU issues each year a number of reports and databases that are likely to prove useful to policy-makers, regulators as well as industries and analysts in the sector. (...) Publications BY TOPIC Publications by tYPE Publications by year Broadband Competition Policy Extending ICT Access Internet IP Telephony Mobile   Naming, Numbering and Addressing   Network Security Policy and Regulation Radio Spectrum Management Ubiquitous Networks World Summit on the Information Society Country Case Studies Internet Reports New Initiatives Report Series Regulatory Trends Development Reports International Telecommunications Traffic Directories   Telecommunications Indicators Telecommunication Reform World Information Society Reports 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 Publications by TOPIC BROADBAND Publications for sale I TU Internet Reports 2006: digital.life (Go to website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2005: "The Internet of Things"  (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2004: "The Portable Internet" (Go to the website to purchase) ITU Internet Reports 2003: "Birth of Broadband" (Go to the website to purchase) Free Downloads Promoting Broadband Workshop (2003) - Background paper Promoting Broadband Workshop (2003)_- Country case studies   Regulatory Implications of Broadband (2001) - Background paper Regulatory Implications of Broadband (2001) - Country case studies TOP Competition Policy  Free Downloads The Regulatory Environment for Future Mobile Multimedia Services - Issues Paper   Competition Policy in Telecommunications Workshop (2002) - Background paper Competition Policy in Telecommunications Workshop (2002) - Country case studies TOP EXtending ict access Publications for sale Report (2005): The Digital Bridges Programme: Building Digital Bridges   (Go to the website to purchase ) World Telecommunication Development Report 2003   (Go to the website to purchase ) World Telecommunication Development Report 2002: Reinventing Telecoms  (Go to the website to purchase) World Telecommunication Development Report 1999: Mobile Cellular (Go to the website to purchase ) Internet Diffusion in South-East Asia  (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Building Digital Bridges with Emerging Technologies (2004) - Background Paper                              International Benchmarking for the Information Society - Background Paper Enabling Rural India with Information and Communication Technology Initiatives - Case Study Building Digital Bridges - The Case of Malaysia                                                                                Internet Publications for sale ITU Internet Reports 2006: digital.life (Go to website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2005: "The Internet of Things"   (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2004: "The Portable Internet" (Go to the website to purchase) ITU Internet Reports 2003: "Birth of Broadband" (Go to the website to purchase) ITU Internet Reports 2002: "Internet for a Mobile Generation" (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2001: "IP Telephony (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Report (2004): ITU and its Activities Related to Internet Protocol (IP) Networks TOP IP Telephony Publications for sale ITU Internet Reports 2001: IP Telephony    (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Report (2004): ITU and its Activities Related to Internet Protocol (IP) Networks World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - Secretary General's report World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - IP Telephony Country case studies IP Telephony Workshop (2000) - Background paper TOP Mobile Publications for sale ITU Internet Reports 2006: digital.life (Go to website to purchase ) Report (2006): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: The Regulatory Environment for Future Mobile Multimedia Services   (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2005: "The Internet of Things"   (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2004: "The Portable Internet"  (Go to the website to purchase) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Shaping the Future Mobile Information Society  (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2002: "Internet for a Mobile Generation" (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads The Regulatory Environment for Future Mobile Multimedia Services - Issues Paper Social and Human Considerations for a More Mobile World (2004) - Background Paper Mobile Overtakes Fixed: Implications for Policy and Regulation Licensing Policy for 3rd Generation mobile Licensing Policy for 3rd Generation Mobile Workshop (2001) - Background Paper Licensing Policy for 3rd Generation Mobile Workshop (2001) - Country case studie s Fixed-to-Mobile Interconnection Fixed-Mobile Interconnection Workshop (2000) - Background Paper  Fixed-Mobile Interconnection Workshop (2000) - Country case studies TOP Naming, Numbering and Addressing Publications for sale Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Internet Governance    (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2001: IP Telephony    (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Report (2004): ITU and its Activities Related to Internet Protocol (IP) Networks Multilingual Domain Names Workshop (2001) - Background paper World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - Secretary General's report World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - IP Telephony Country case studies IP Telephony Workshop (2000) - Background paper TOP Network Security Publications for sale Chapter 5 on Cybersecurity in ITU/UNCTAD World Information Society Report 2007: Beyond WSIS (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Countering Spam (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads A Comparative Analysis of Spam Laws: the Quest for Model Law - Written by Derek Bambauer, John Palfrey, and David Abrams, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School, United States of America A Comparative Analysis of Cybersecurity Initatives Worldwide - Written by Myriam Dunn, Center for Security Studies (CSS), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland Harmonizing National Legal Approaches on Cybercrime -Written by Stein Schjolberg, Chief Judge, Moss District Court, Norway & Amanda Hubbard, Unites States of America ITU Survey on Anti-Spam Legislation Worldwide Spam in the Information Society - Building frameworks for International Cooperation - Background Paper Curbing Spam via Technical Measures - Background Paper Consumer Perspectives on Spam: Challenges and Challenges - Background Paper Report (2004): ITU and its Activities Related to Internet Protocol (IP) Networks International Coordination To Increase The Security of Critical Network Infrastructures A Collective Security Approach To Protecting The Global Critical Infrastructure Creating Trust In Critical Network Infrastructure Workshop (2002) - Country case studies TOP Policy and Regulation Publications for sale ITU Internet Reports 2006: digital.life (Go to website to purchase ) Report (2006): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: The Regulatory Environment for Future Mobile Multimedia Services (Go to website to purchase ) Report (2005): The Digital Bridges Programme: Building Digital Bridges (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2005: "The Internet of Things" (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2004: "The Portable Internet"   (Go to the website to purchase) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Countering Spam (2004) (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Internet Governance   (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2002: "Internet for a Mobile Generation" (Go to the website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2001: IP Telephony (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Innovation Dynamics in the IP Environment PDF (January 2007) The Future of Communications in Next Generation Networks PDF (January 2007) Regulatory Trends: New Enabling Environment PDF (January 2007) The Status of Voice over Internet Protocol Worldwide, 2006 PDF (January 2007) The Future of Voice: Consumer Issues PDF (January 2007) Future of Voice in Africa PDF (January 2007) Communications: Government and Business Practices in the Asia Pacific Region PDF (January 2007) Regulatory Challenges of Voice over IP Telephony: Analysis for Selected South and Eastern European Countries PDF (January 2007) Ruling Voice over IP: Challenges for Regulators in Latin America PDF (January 2007) The Regulatory Environment for Future Mobile Multimedia Services - Issues Paper   Spam in the Information Society - Building frameworks for International Cooperation - Background Paper Report (2004): ITU and its Activities Related to Internet Protocol (IP) Networks Competition Policy in Telecommunications Workshop (2002) - Background paper Competition Policy in Telecommunications Workshop (2002) - Country case studies World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - Secretary General's report World Telecommunication Policy Forum (2001) - IP Telephony Country case studies IP Telephony Workshop (2000) - Background paper TOP   Radio Spectrum Management Publications for sale Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Radio Spectrum Management for a Converging World  (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads ITU Survey on Spectrum Management PDF (January 2007) Regulatory and Policy Implications of Emerging Technologies to Spectrum Management PDF (January 2007) Market Allocation of Radio Spectrum PDF (January 2007) European Spectrum Management: Successes, Failures & Lessons PDF (January 2007) Emerging Technology and Spectrum Policy Reform PDF (January 2007) Space-Centric Management: A General Solution for Equitable Access to Radio Spectrum Space under Conditions of Flexible Use PDF (January 2007) Beyond Licensed VS. Unlicensed: Spectrum Access Rights Continua PDF (January 2007) The Pricing of Radio Spectrum Using Incentive Mechanisms to Achieve Efficiency PDF (January 2007) Radio Spectrum Management for a Converging World (2004) - Background Paper Radio Spectrum Management and Advanced Wireless Technologies (2004) - Background Paper TOP UBIQUITOUS NETWORKS Publications for sale ITU Internet Reports 2006: digital.life (Go to website to purchase ) ITU Internet Reports 2005: "The Internet of Things"   (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2005): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Ubiquitous Network Societies  (Go to the website to purchase ) Summary Report: Tomorrow's Networks Today Summary Report (Go to the website to purchase ) Free Downloads Privacy and Ubiquitous Network Societies - Background Paper Ubiquitous Network Societies: The Case of Radio Frequency Identification - Background Paper Ubiquitous Network Societies: Their impact on the telecommunication industry - Background Paper Ubiquitous Network Societies: The Case of Japan Ubiquitous Network Societies: The Case of the Republic of Singapore Ubiquitous Network Societies: The Case of Korea Ubiquitous Network Societies: The Case of Italy and Survey on the Case of Italy TOP WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY (wsis) Publications for sale ITU/UNCTAD World Information Society Report 2007: Beyond WSIS (Go to the website to purchase ) World Information Society Report 2006   (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2005) The Digital Bridges Programme: Building Digital Bridges   (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Countering Spam (Go to the website to purchase ) Report (2004): The ITU New Initiatives Programme: Internet Governance (Go to the website to purchase ) Visions of the Information Society Edition 2003  (Go to the website to purchase )  Free Downloads Selected parts of ITU/UNCTAD World Information Society Report 2007: Beyond WSIS Spam in the Information Society - 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