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The ITU should view this positively, which would help achieve both the ITU’s objective of reasonably priced services and the objective set forth in D.140 of cost- orientated settlement rates. (...) However, it excluded the effects on government telecom policy objectives, the effects on new industry players, and the effects on the economy as a whole – particularly the increasing reliance of the services sector and e-commerce industries on telecommunications and IP-based applications to run their businesses. (...) The Report should seek to clarify the policy objectives first.
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Score: 997783.5 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/wt...tpf2001/sgreport/1-concert.pdf
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They should act with integrity and be able to make objective, future-proof decisions and to collaborate across sectors to foster digital transformation. (...) Regulatory frameworks may need to adapt to ensure they are continuing to meet public policy objectives in an evolving digital environment. Revoking the rules that are no longer justified is just as important as adopting forward-looking ones. (...) While regulatory reform for the purpose of bringing new radio systems and services to market is a laudable objective, spectrum reform should also be focused on ensuring that access to broadband service is provided affordably to those areas and populations that have been traditionally unserved or underserved.
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Score: 993873 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...Best-Practice-Guidelines_E.pdf
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A fan can experience the action in six degrees of freedom (6DoF), through the eyes of a player or from any desired perspective. Intel Sports makes deploying these immersive media experiences a reality by transforming the captured content from the cameras installed in the stadium into preferred volumetric formats used for compressing and streaming the video feed, as well as for decoding and rendering desired viewports to fans’ many devices. Object-based immersive coding enables innovative use cases where the streaming bandwidth can be better allocated to the objects of interest. (...) In this paper, we explain how to implement object-based coding in MPEG metadata for immersive video (MIV) and video-based point-cloud coding (V- PCC) along with the enabled experiences.
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Score: 993238.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...1/files/basic-html/page15.html
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WORLD WATER DAY March 22nd, 2021 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM GMT+2 Programme Background The United Nations General Assembly adopted resolution A/RES/47/193 of 22 December 1992 by which 22 March of each year was declared World Day for Water, to be observed starting in 1993, in conformity with the recommendations of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) contained in Chapter 18 (Fresh Water Resources) of Agenda 21.The World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The objectives of the World Water Day are: • To celebrate water and raising awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. • To encourage member states to take action to tackle the global water crisis and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. • To provide an opportunity to the key players and stakeholders in the water and sanitation sector to learn more about water related issues, to be inspired to tell others and take action to make a difference. (...) In celebrating the World Water Day, UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa in collaboration with Waternet Trust, will hold a regional online roundtable discussion with a variety of players in the field in order to gather opinions and comments about water and what it means to them.
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Score: 992057.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de.../world_water_day_e_flyer_2.pdf
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To ensure that such control is most effective, pre-notification of mergers should be mandatory, allowing fast track procedures or a two phase review process to prioritize the more complex and/ or problematic cases (in which DFS cases are more likely to fall) while concurrently imposing notification thresholds to reduce the administrative burdens on both the market players and the authority. Further, due process, such as oral hearings, technical discussions with case handlers, access to 6 statements of objections and to case files, publication of annual reports, and publication of decisions issued, ensures a fair and transparent process, and strengthens the reputation of the competition authority or sector regulator, especially in a market such as DFS where there may be several powerful and connected players. 7 Lastly, rules regarding conflicts of interest and the separation of the investigation, prosecution and decisional functions in case handling further support the independence and reputational strength of the authority. 8 Competition authorities should balance their actions with other government interventions to minimize restrictions on competition in those areas.
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Score: 992057.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page54.html
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The project has 4 overarching objectives: o The first project objective is research: we seek to fill an important research gap on how the Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone (ME WMDFZ) issue has evolved. • The Zone existed as early as the late-1950s as an idea and since 1974 in multilateral fora. • While we will study the history of the Zone in its entirety, we will mainly focus on the period from 1990 to the present, with special emphasis on Zone-relevant historical episodes that are under-documented, like the informal consultations from 2010 to 2015. (...) One of the conclusions, we identified is that the importance of a supportive international environment as well as cooperation between Russia and the US as necessary (but insufficient) factors to gain regional momentum on the Zone. • Key regional players must have a shared interest, not just on the ultimate goal, but also on how to get there. • Participation of key states is essential. A serious discussion cannot be conducted about a ME WMDFZ without key players. • We also identified that there are divergent views in the region for the causes of WMD proliferation (rivalry, and mistrust or power imbalance), and as a result, what will be the best policies to address these. • There is also divergent in views whether to pursue the ME WMDFZ comprehensively or through gradual measures as the more promising route for a successful outcome. • There are many Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) which could help to address the mistrust among the key stakeholders and their regional security concerns.
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Score: 990571.2 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...CZ%20March%203%202020%20FV.pdf
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In addition, the arrival of new content and application providers, such as over-the-top players, are changing the rules of the game, the market dynamics and business practices. (...) Ensuring that the principles of fair, equal and non-discriminatory treatment of all market players continue to prevail will foster a level playing field among regulated and unregulated players. (...) We believe that regulators and policy makers should seek to implement measures to monitor the use of traffic management techniques to ensure that those do not unfairly discriminate between market players. Regulators also need to review existing competition laws to determine whether measures based on regulation or competition law, such as equal treatment of players, are already in place and whether they adequately address the issues that tend to impact net neutrality.
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Score: 990561.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...actice%20guidelines_v2_en.docx
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In addition, the arrival of new content and application providers, such as over- the-top players, are changing the rules of the game, the market dynamics and business practices. (...) Ensuring that the principles of fair, equal and non-discriminatory treatment of all market players continue to prevail will foster a level playing field among regulated and unregulated players. 1 The Guidelines are based on contributions from Barbados, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Georgia. (...) We believe that regulators and policy makers should seek to implement measures to monitor the use of traffic management techniques to ensure that those do not unfairly discriminate between market players. Regulators also need to review existing competition laws to determine whether measures based on regulation or competition law, such as equal treatment of players, are already in place and whether they adequately address the issues that tend to impact net neutrality.
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Score: 990561.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ractice%20guidelines_v2_en.pdf
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Evaluation and Validation scheme: players Human players Technical players Common metric Julius Cesar © 2005 T-Systems ITC Security Dr. (...) Evaluation and Validation scheme: Human players Human players: –manufacturer/sponsor: provides –evaluation facility (CLEF): examines –certification body (CB): supervises Evaluation process CLEF Manufacturer/ Sponsor Cert. (...) Evaluation and Validation scheme: Technical players Julius Cesarthe product evaluation tools © 2005 T-Systems ITC Security Dr.
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Score: 990339.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...II/presentations/s1-furgel.pdf
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Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > publications Share Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries > Articles > Volume 3, Special issue 1 > Share Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Year: 2020 Persistent link: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/pub/8153d783-en Immersive media technology in sports enables fans to experience interactive, personalized content. (...) Object-based immersive coding enables innovative use cases where the streaming bandwidth can be better allocated to the objects of interest. (...) In this paper, we explain how to implement object-based coding in MPEG metadata for immersive video (MIV) and video-based point-cloud coding (V-PCC) along with the enabled experiences.
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Score: 988698.2 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JOURNAL-ICTS.V3I1-2020-1
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