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It also includes limitations of different types of mID solutions and the aspect of awareness raising and informational campaign. (...) In-depth analysis of selected issues addressed in Phase I will be done in the next step. Preferably mid December 2016. 4Ministerstwo Cyfryzacji Project Description Phase II This phase is a follow-up to the Expert Group meeting and will depend on the outcomes of the October meeting and on the result of further analysis. (...) The final project (preferably an audiovisual material and brochures) will be available for use in other countries implementing such mID solutions. • Completion date: January-March 2017. 4Ministerstwo Cyfryzacji What project offers to participants Expert Group Meetings offer perfect forum to share ideas, thoughts, best practices about past, current and future Mobile Identity solutions.
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Score: 927218 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...%20Montenegro%202016_final.pdf
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Example: Focus on IT Public Procurement • ISC was established to ensure all software licensing and development models remain viable (proprietary, hybrid and open source) • Software should be chosen on its merits and value, not through categorical preferences: tested by professional experiences and law (IPRs and public procurement regulations) www.softwarechoice.org The ISC is based on four core principles: • Procure software (case-by-case) on its merits and value, not on its license or development model • Promote universal availability of government-funded research, no R&D default preference • Promote interoperability through platform neutral and open standards • Maintain strong IPRs to promote pro-competitive software development solutions The ISC was created to address a growing number of mandatory “preference” laws worldwide: • Over two-dozen countries and/or sub-regional governments have proposed nearly 70 such discriminatory laws, decrees or policy proposals • These proposals are driven by the perception and believe that OSS products: - are “better” and “cheaper” - are “more equal”, pro-competitive and secure - are more “fair” and “cooperative” - can reduce monopolistic behaviour Consequences of “preference” legislation: • The global Euro 200+ billion software market is comprised primarily of proprietary and hybrid manufacturers (e.g. L/A: 5% use OSS; more than 50% use exclusively the proprietary model*) • Protectionism: preference laws that exclude proprietary and hybrid software importers will deter investors (Ireland: number one worldwide) • Local resellers of proprietary products will suffer • Local developers who rely on strong IPRs to compete in a global market would be hurt * Ipsos Aug. 2003 Do Governments need these laws? (...) • WSIS Geneva 2003 Declaration and Action Plan – in favour of neutral policies as key enabler – choice must be taken “case by case” based on the specific needs • Focus of the political debate should be on legal grounds, and on economic, financial and technical facts with case-by-case procurement decisions Conclusions: neutrality as key enabler • Public Procurement “preference” laws do not help, aren’t needed and therefore should be avoided • Lack of proof or reliable data over special value of OSS for economic regeneration and development • The arguments for and against each kind of model are very finely balanced: competitive advantages • Neutrality and open competitive public procurement policies will serve the public and citizens best Openness and neutrality principle reconfirmed by the new EU Public Procurement Directives 2004 contact Hugo LUEDERS CompTIA Public Policy Office EMEA B-1040 Brussels, 6, Rond Point Schuman tel: +32-2/234.78.22, mobile: +32-475/63.33.52 e-mail: hlueders@comptia.org ISC webpage: www.softwarechoice.org
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Score: 926357.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../wp8/internet/brus/lueders.pdf
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Multimedia Maps Browser Cellphone Plug-in Devices … User ID O O O O … User activities O O O O O … User history O O O O … User preferences O O O O … Payment O O … … … … … … … Connected cars generate more and more data  Cases in vehicles Agenda 1. (...) Protection •Current solutions and some recommendations • United States Privacy Act, • the Safe Harbor Act • and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. (...) Protection •Current solutions and some recommendations Protection  Distributing:Strictly following regional laws when distributing information.
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Score: 926128 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...ts/Yong_Wang_Presentation_.pdf
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Third, we were very pleased to see the language that our delegation proposed regarding the right of all persons to remain in their homelands in peace and security in paragraph 3.3 but would prefer the following language, “we will employ, in the first instance, every means to ensure that individuals and communities remain in their homelands and enjoy the fundamental right to live in peace and security.” (...) Lastly, we welcome the inclusion of faith based organizations as well as to durable solutions, though we would prefer not to emphasize one durable solution over another. Rather, we should insist on all three principles or simply make a general reference to durable solutions that does not value one over another. I thank you.
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Score: 926128 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...lySee_14July2016_Statement.pdf
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Lindbergh P Proposed solution to support non-ASCII characters in H.320 and H.323 without causing MBE BAS code emulation X Q1-D09 Israel Radvision P Minor modifications to WNSRP due to requests from several companies X Q1-D10 Israel Radvision D Call Setup Time discussion X Q1-D11 Israel Radvision P Automatic Connection Negotiation X Q1-D12 Israel Radvision D Capabilities Preferences discussion X Q1-D13 Israel Radvision P Solution to capabilities preference X Q1-D14 Israel Radvision P Session Reset X Q1-D15 Israel Radvision P Editorial fixes in H.223 Annex C and H.223 Annex D X Q1-D16 USA Dilithium Networks P Proposal of Bearer-based Fast Session Setup Procedure to H.324 X Page: 2 Date: 28/04/2005
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Score: 925208.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a.../2005-2008/0505_Biel/q1d00.doc
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Some observers and evaluators of the notifications claim that most of the preferences already reflect existing applied regimes, therefore the waiver of MFN does not result in real preferences for LDCs. (...) We note that even in the case of goods, duty-free, quota-free preferences, preference erosion is a fact of life in an increasingly liberalized trade world. (...) In addition, even if the professional used a procedure through a contractual service supplier, the two EU countries had residency requirements. 3 We considered two solutions: 1) to overcome the obstacle of the residency requirement, which could not be helped by the preferences notified to the WTO.
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Score: 921696.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../serv_e/0_mutahunga_020621.pdf
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U4SSC - Compendium of survey results on integrated digital solutions for city platforms around the world - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Related content News Recognizing the hard work of bridging the gender digital divide 11 Oct 2022 Publications ITU J-FET 2022: Special Issue – Towards vehicular networks in the 6G era 2022 Publications The State of Broadband 2022: Accelerating broadband for new realities 2022 Subscribe to our newsletters Step 1 of 2 50% Email (Required) Choose newsletter subscription preferences (Required) ITU Newsletter ITU News Magazine ITU Publications ITU About ITU Regional presence Connect with ITU LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube Tiktok Instagram Contact us Ethics/report misconduct Accessibility Privacy notice U4SSC – Compendium of survey results on integrated digital solutions for city platforms around the world Close Please fill in the form below to get your copy. (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 921006.1 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/t-tut-smartcity-2021-34/
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U4SSC - Urban Mobility - Dubai: Mobile solutions for ordering taxis and other transportation services, 'E-hailing' in Dubai - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Related content Publications U4SSC – A new architecture for sustainable, digital development 2022 News LinkNYC programme gets a reboot with 5G kiosks 25 Jul 2022 Publications U4SSC – Case Study – Daegu, Republic of Korea 2022 Subscribe to our newsletters Step 1 of 2 50% Email (Required) Choose newsletter subscription preferences (Required) ITU Newsletter ITU News Magazine ITU Publications ITU About ITU Regional presence Connect with ITU LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube Tiktok Instagram Contact us Ethics/report misconduct Accessibility Privacy notice U4SSC – Urban Mobility – Dubai: Mobile solutions for ordering taxis and other transportation services, ‘E-hailing’ in Dubai Close Please fill in the form below to get your copy. (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 921006.1 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/t-tut-smartcity-2020-25/
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U4SSC - Digital solutions for integrated city management and use cases - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Related content News Let’s continue putting more minds to the task of standards development 14 Oct 2022 Publications World Telecommunication Development Conference 2022 (WTDC-22): Final Report 2022 Publications The State of Broadband 2022: Accelerating broadband for new realities 2022 Subscribe to our newsletters Step 1 of 2 50% Email (Required) Choose newsletter subscription preferences (Required) ITU Newsletter ITU News Magazine ITU Publications ITU About ITU Regional presence Connect with ITU LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube Tiktok Instagram Contact us Ethics/report misconduct Accessibility Privacy notice U4SSC – Digital solutions for integrated city management and use cases Close Please fill in the form below to get your copy. (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 921006.1 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/t-tut-smartcity-2021-33/
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The perception of unsafety is even higher for girls (73%) than for boys (53%).  Among the main solutions identified: training at school, according to 41% of boys and 37% of girls. (...) Digital solutions brought them closer but they do not substitute human relationships.  (...) Other data collected on the topic – on distance learning, or regarding the preference for physical or digital supportive networks - shows a preference for interpersonal relationships over online ones: counselling centers and awareness-raising solutions in schools are widely preferred to digital helplines. 
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Score: 921006.1 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/pre...nts-italy-post-covid-19-future
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