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ICC-01/04-01/10 3/7 15 April 2011 ICC-01/04-01/10-106 18-04-2011 3/7 CB PT keywords provided by the Defence for the purpose of selection of potentially privileged material" issued on 30 March 2011;^ NOTING the "Application for leave to appeal Pre-Trial Chamber I's 'Decision on Prosecution's request for a review of potentially privileged material' of 4 March 2011" filed by the Defence on 14 March 2011 ("Defence's Application for Leave to Appeal" or "Defence's Application")^ in which it seeks, pursuant to article 82(l)(d) of the Rome Statute ("Statute"), leave to appeal in relation to the following two issues: a. (...) ICC-01/04-01/10 5/7 15 April 2011 ICC-01/04-01/10-106 18-04-2011 5/7 CB PT of the task the Registry was ordered to perform on such material by the First Decision on Potentially Privileged Material; CONSIDERING that, far from entrusting the Registry with the task or responsibility to conduct the "preliminary review" of the potentially privileged material under rule 73 of the Rules, the Decision only instructed the Registry "to conduct a search of the relevant seized material on the basis of the keywords supplied by the Defence and the Prosecutor and approved by the Chamber"; CONSIDERING tha t , accordingly, the limited and neutral task which the Registry was empowered to perform by the Decision, that is, to conduct keyword searches, was one of a purely technical and mechanical nature, and, hence, in accordance with article 43(1) of the Statute, the Registry was not endowed with discretion or power of assessment or appraisal intrinsic to the notion of "review"; CONSIDERING that, accordingly, the First Issue is based on a misinterpretation of the determination made by the Chamber in the Decision and as such does not qualify as an appealable issue within the meaning of article 82(1 )(d) of the Statute, as construed by the Appeals Chamber; CONSIDERING that the Second Issue, by making reference to ''the mechanism instituted by the Pre-Trial Chamber for the review of the potentially privileged materials'', is inextricably linked to the First Issue and, as such, is likewise based on an inaccurate interpretation of the determination made in the Decision; CONSIDERING that, accordingly, the Second Issue also fails to qualify as an appealable issue within the meaning of article 82(1) (d) of the Statute, as construed by the Appeals Chamber; CONSIDERING further that, in light of the technical difficulties faced by the Registry and in order to avoid causing undue delay in the proceedings, the Chamber has partially modified the system for the review of potentially privileged material and has accordingly decided that, by virtue of its familiarity with the relevant seized material, the Defence is in No. ICC-01/04-01/10 6/7 15 April 2011 ICC-01/04-01/10-106 18-04-2011 6/7 CB PT a position to expeditiously identify the documents which it claims as privileged (included any handwritten documents);^^ CONSIDERING therefore that none of the issues raised by the Defence qualify as appealable issues within the meaning of article 82(1 )(d) of the Statute and that, in any event, in light of the amendment brought to the system for the review of potentially privileged material, their immediate resolution by the Appeals Chamber will not "materially advance the proceedings"; FOR THESE REASONS, the Chamber REJECTS the Defence's Application for Leave to Appeal.
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Score: 766434.86 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2011_04401.PDF
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Read more Publications Issue Brief #1: Enabling Legal Environments, Including De... (...) Read more Publications Issue Brief #2: The Role of The Judiciary in The HIV Resp... (...) Read more Publications Issue Brief #3: Regional Spaces for HIV Responses This issue brief shares lessons and reflections on the importance of regional spaces for strengthening responses, to inform the implementation of key commitment...
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Score: 749997.75 - https://www.undp.org/asia-paci...l-impacts-human-rights-india-4
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SIDS = small islands developing states Pledges can be aligned with potential interventions to tackle key issues across pillars (1/2) Connectivity and digital infrastructure: Infrastructure Key issues Potential interventions Economic stimulus for deployment of ICT1 network (terrestrial and space-based) • Active and passive infrastructure-sharing • Business case • Faster and more economical deployment • Neutral passive infrastructure • Community collaborations and deployments Energy availability • Reliable and sustainable energy • Micro-energy grids Spectrum availability and management • Spectrum allocation Use of multiple technologies • Choosing the most effective technological intervention Availability of adequate infrastructure to provide meaningful connectivity • Policy, legal and regulatory measures Non-exhaustive 1. ICT = information and communication technology Focus Area 1 ACCESS: Connecting people everywhere Pledges can be aligned with potential interventions to tackle key issues across pillars (2/2) Connectivity and digital infrastructure: Affordability Cybersecurity Key issues Potential interventions Broadband plans • Broadband (mobile/fixed) plans Device costs • Device ownership/financing • Taxation/duties Service reliability • Network diversity CIRT/CERT1 deployments • Cybersecurity capacity and expertise Cybersecurity capacity – tools and metrics, training and skills gap • Cybersecurity strategy • ICT2 network resilience and recovery following disasters Non-exhaustive Focus Area 1 ACCESS: Connecting people everywhere 1. (...) MSMEs = micro, small and medium enterprises Pledges can be aligned with potential interventions to tackle key issues across pillars (2/2) Digital economy Key issues Potential interventions Cyberthreats, cyberattacks and cybercrimes • National cybersecurity strategies • Capacity building of MSMEs Financial exclusion • Digital financial inclusion Slow digitalization of businesses • E-commerce enablers • Digitalization of B2B commerce and supply chains Unsustainable practices and impact of the digital economy • Integration of sustainability in the digital economy Non-exhaustive 1.
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Score: 749051.5 - https://www.itu.int/itu-d/repo...ramework_Executive-Summary.pdf
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IFCS, as a general framework is the right place and Forum VI the right moment to present and discuss in depth so intricate issues, in a holistic approach. II. Objective of a plenary session on the topic The objective will be to exchange information in order to help raise the awareness of participants to the potential new opportunities, the new challenges and the new risks posed by nanotechnology. (...) Developments relevant to understanding the hazards and risks posed by nanomaterials and nanotechnology and their potential for adverse impacts 5. Concern about nanotechnology and nanomaterials (social, ethical and legal issues) and examination of their social and environmental utility (and how to do without them) 6. (...) International actions that may impact progress and health and safety regarding nanotechnology, including civil society actions, private sector stewardship, labor actions and financial sector pressures, and other actions that address progress and hazards 13. Issues of potential concern to developing countries or countries with economies in transition 14.
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Score: 746698.3 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...andingcommittee/07.10_nano.doc
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IFCS, as a general framework is the right place and Forum VI the right moment to present and discuss in depth so intricate issues, in a holistic approach. II. Objective of a plenary session on the topic The objective will be to exchange information in order to help raise the awareness of participants to the potential new opportunities, the new challenges and the new risks posed by nanotechnology. (...) Developments relevant to understanding the hazards and risks posed by nanomaterials and nanotechnology and their potential for adverse impacts 5. Concern about nanotechnology and nanomaterials (social, ethical and legal issues) and examination of their social and environmental utility (and how to do without them) 6. (...) International actions that may impact progress and health and safety regarding nanotechnology, including civil society actions, private sector stewardship, labor actions and financial sector pressures, and other actions that address progress and hazards 13. Issues of potential concern to developing countries or countries with economies in transition 14.
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Score: 746698.3 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ms/forum6/10_original_prop.doc
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Nonetheless, the Defence takes issue with certain aspects of the VPRS proposed methodology for the identification of potential new beneficiaries of reparations, in particular regarding the assessment and determination of certified reparations beneficiaries. (...) On 8 July 2019, the Chamber issued the trial Judgment pursuant to Article 74 of the Statute, finding Mr. (...) While the Registry’s aim in making these recommendations is commendable taking into consideration the relevance of implementing the reparations order that will be issued as early as possible, the Defence takes the view that the adoption of a uniform system for the identification of potential new reparations beneficiaries that mirrors the system adopted for participation at trial would be inappropriate. 23.
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Score: 742922.46 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/.../CourtRecords/CR2019_05883.PDF
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To reach a better understanding of the underlying issues in the development of biofuels in Africa, the present round table will provide a platform for the exchange of information and ideas and for discussions among high-level decision makers on how Africa should further develop its potential for biofuels production in a sustainable manner. (...) In the absence of adequate data on these potential risks and opportunities, decision makers are currently forced to make policy decisions on difficult issues related to biofuels without adequate supportive information and analysis. (...) The African Union and UNIDO, working in partnership, were recommended to lead the implementation of the plan of action and draw on existing mechanisms to establish a high-level policy advocacy group at the Ministerial level. III. Issues Issue 1: How much of the potential for biofuels production in Africa can be realized in a sustainable manner, given the current situation in rural areas?
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Score: 738836.67 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...les/2009-11/Africa_Ebook_0.pdf
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Cyber Security and potential issues for Persons with Disabilities and specific needs: an overview - 2 - JCA-AHF-441 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 JCA-AHF-441 JCA-AHF Original: English Question(s): N/A Virtual Geneva, 2 September 2021 DOCUMENT Source: Brian Copsey Title: Cyber Security and potential issues for Persons with Disabilities and specific needs: an overview Purpose: Discussion Contact: Brian Copsey CCC UK Tel: +44 7860 300552Fax: E-mail: BC@copsey-comms.com Keywords: Cyber Security; Abstract: Cyber Security and potential issues for Persons with Disabilities and specific needs Cyber Security and potential issues for Persons with Disabilities and specific needs: an overview The following comments and views are my own and should not be associated with any organisations I normally represent at ITU. (...) How do we express this issue to those putting in place legislation and standardisation? (...) Should this issue be identified in any subsequent work and clear recommendations made ________________
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Score: 734697 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...ember/JCA-AHF%20Doc%20441.docx
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Areas of potential concern and benefit in the context of international security and disarmament 4. At the same time, there are concerns related to emerging technologies, which could potentially impact long-standing issues on the global disarmament and international security agenda. (...) The Conference on Disarmament (CD) has recently established a subsidiary body to examine emerging issues in the context of its mandate as the world’s single multilateral disarmament negotiating forum. 5.
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Score: 733515.53 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...tent/uploads/2018/08/India.pdf
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The second character shall be at the discretion of the issuing State or organization except that V shall not be used, and C shall not be used after A except in the crew member certificate. (...) A possible text is included in the report, but the main concept is to acknowledge that a chip enabled SID is a valid document under Document 9303, as the current note in Volume 1 does for machine readable SIDs International Labour StandardsInternational Labour StandardsInternational Labour Standards Areas of Potential Cooperation Participation in the ICAO PKD In order to support the authentication of the chip enabled SID at the border, the signing certificates used for the SID need to be part of the ICAO PKD at the border, the signing certificates used for the SID need to be part of the ICAO PKD There are potential benefits to this for increased use of the PKD Most states which have ratified C185 are currently not in the PKD This does create certain administrative issues The ICAO Secretariat or the NTWG will need to assist the ILO in resolving these issues before the final decision can be taken to move forward with a chip enabled SID International Labour StandardsInternational Labour StandardsInternational Labour Standards Areas of Potential Cooperation Questions raised by adding the ILO SID to the PKD ISO 24713-3 recommends SHA-256 for hashing and ECDSA for signing the data in an SID. (...) Should the ePassport issuing authority and the SID issuing authority within a state each have their own Country Signing Certificate Authority (CSCA) or should they each use different Document Signer Key Pairs with the Document Signer Certificates signed by the same Country Signing Certificate Authority Key Pair?
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Score: 732403.12 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...-20_Pres_DoumbiaHenry-wp15.pdf
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