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Suggestions for additional provisions in ITRs - 2 - INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Document WD-ITR 2/ 07 Working Group on the International Telecommunication Regulations Geneva — Second meeting — 6 – 7 December, 2004 Chairman, Sub-Group 3 New items ________________ a) Suggestion for additional provisions in ITRs Spam Egypt Syria Jordan Kuwait Peru Settlement of disputes Egypt Syria Jordan Ecuador Misuse of numbering Egypt Tanzania (text in document ITR/008) Syria Quality of Service China Peru Ecuador Information security Egypt China Prohibitions on alternative calling arrangements Egypt China Kuwait Internet governance Egypt China New accounting rate methods Egypt China Kuwait IP telephony Egypt Kuwait Thailand International mobile roaming Thailand Kuwait China International mobile satellite service Thailand Internet intellectual property; access to adult content Peru Universal service Ecuador Calling number transmitting service China Security of signaling and traffic information; billing information; control and security of data; managing synchronization of call count Kuwait b) Suggestions for Recommendations c) Suggestions not proposing additional provisions in ITRs Misuse of numbering Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States.
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Score: 520329.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/itr/files/1204/wd-207.doc
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Suggestions for additional provisions in ITRs Chairman, Sub-Group 3 New items ________________ a) Suggestion for additional provisions in ITRs Spam Egypt Syria Jordan Kuwait Peru Settlement of disputes Egypt Syria Jordan Ecuador Misuse of numbering Egypt Tanzania (text in document ITR/008) Syria Quality of Service China Peru Ecuador Information security Egypt China Prohibitions on alternative calling arrangements Egypt China Kuwait Internet governance Egypt China New accounting rate methods Egypt China Kuwait IP telephony Egypt Kuwait Thailand International mobile roaming Thailand Kuwait China International mobile satellite service Thailand INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION WORKING GROUP ON THE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION REGULATIONS Document WD-ITR 2/07 GENEVA — SECOND MEETING — 6 – 7 DECEMBER, 2004 - 2 - Internet intellectual property; access to adult content Peru Universal service Ecuador Calling number transmitting service China Security of signaling and traffic information; billing information; control and security of data; managing synchronization of call count Kuwait b) Suggestions for Recommendations c) Suggestions not proposing additional provisions in ITRs Misuse of numbering Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States.
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Score: 520329.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/itr/files/1204/wd-207.pdf
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Lall drew attention to the fact that it had been unable to resolve differences over the question of preferences, but had suggested that work should continue so that it might prove possible for it to make a submission to the CONTRACTING PARTIES at a later date and accordingly had suggested that contracting parties be invited to submit proposals. (...) Commenting on paragraph 9 of the report she suggested that it was the desire of all contracting parties to extend the commodity scope of the Action Programme. (...) She therefore proposed that the CONTRACTING PARTIES refer the suggestion of the Chairman of the Action Committee to the Trade and Development Committee.
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Score: 520079.93 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90280216.pdf
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The types of information enumerated (that will not be given proprietary treatment) may be valuable to competitors, revealing marketing areas, a shift in customer focus, or the timing of new marketing efforts, Another party also suggests that the exceptions in paragraphs (b)(3) and (b)(6) be deleted, A third party suggests changing the terminology to "confidential" to conform with section 777 of the Act. (...) Sea 355.4(b)(5) Comment One party suggests that dates and order numbers be proprietary because they may disclose customer identities. (...) The proposed rule specifies only the type of customer. This party also suggests adding a paragraph to clarify whether the Department treats customer codes as proprietary information.
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Score: 519941.94 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91420268.pdf
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CEPE, the European Council of the Paint, Printing ink and Artists’ Colours Industry, COLIPA, the European Cosmetics Association, and FEA, UPU in January 2011 to suggest allowing shipments of post under strict but workable conditions for both general public, postal services to secure safe shipments for all actors. 4. (...) At this stage, it is suggested to regimes should be used, DGP-WG/11-IP/3 30/3/11 DGP-WG/11-IP/3 - 2 - b) The LQ marking will be needed, but marking requirements could need to be adapted to fit a shipment by post (small packaging); c) Not all aerosols and paints products should be allowed (e.g. no toxic products). 5. FEA invites the panel to provide input on these suggestions. 6. CEPE and FEA also intends to ask for input from the UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods before proceeding with UPU. — END —
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Score: 519013.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...011/DGPWG.2011.IP.003.2.en.pdf
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This is to ensure that the provision of such assistance preserves the dignity of PWDs. This suggestion was supported by Australia, but as an RP. (...) The reference to “authorize” may suggest allowing such persons avoiding customs or security checks, and this would not be permitted by many (or any) States. (...) However, as there also may be weight limitations on the carriage of such aids, it was suggested that the term “weight” be inserted after the word “space”.
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Score: 518791.46 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ents/Falp7-2012/WP3/WP3.RU.pdf
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This is to ensure that the provision of such assistance preserves the dignity of PWDs. This suggestion was supported by Australia, but as an RP. (...) The reference to “authorize” may suggest allowing such persons avoiding customs or security checks, and this would not be permitted by many (or any) States. (...) However, as there also may be weight limitations on the carriage of such aids, it was suggested that the term “weight” be inserted after the word “space”.
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Score: 518791.46 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ents/Falp7-2012/WP3/WP3.AR.pdf
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The data is now routinely made available by T+4:35 on Secure SADIS FTP, and by T+5:00 on SADIS 2G. Suggested action: Note this information. 2.4 Provision of WAFC London Upper Air Forecast data for FL410 2.4.1 WAFS Upper Air data for FL410 was made available on SADIS 2G and Secure SADIS FTP on 14 November 2013. Suggested action: Note this information. 2.5 Increase of Secure SADIS FTP bandwidth 2.5.1 The Secure SADIS FTP bandwidth (between the SADIS Provider and its Internet Service Provider) was increased to 16Mbit/sec bursting to 24Mbit/sec on 20th August 2013. (...) This is expected to be implemented by 30 September 2014. Suggested action: Note this information. 3.5 Removal of redundant folders on Secure SADIS FTP 3.5.1 As noted in 2.3 certain folders on Secure SADIS FTP are now redundant and will be deleted on 12 August 2014.
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Score: 518756.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...G5/MET%20SG5%20-%20WP%2011.pdf
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Submission Name: Amirah Arip Organization: Ministry of Communications and Information, Singapore Country/Region: Singapore Question/Indicator Suggestion / Recommendation B.1 Is freedom of expression guaranteed in law, respected in practice, and widely exercised? (...) B.3 Is there significant ex ante or ex post censorship of specific content posted on online services, applications or websites, and on what grounds is this exercised? We suggest to drop the indicator as it is not clear who would submit quantitative and qualitative evidence of ex ante and ex post censorship. Indicator: • Quantitative and qualitative evidence of ex ante and ex post censorship B.8 Do journalists or citizens practice self- censorship in order to avoid harassment by government or online abuse? We suggest that UNESCO provide clear measurements on how UNESCO Secretariat or governments should measure evidence of self- censorship, keeping in mind the standard of evidence required.
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Score: 518743.16 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ion_contribution_singapore.pdf
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ITU – Telecommunications Standardization Sector STUDY GROUP 16 Question 6 Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) 57th Meeting: 22–26 January 2018, Gwangju, KR Document VCEG-BE02 Question: Q.6/SG16 (VCEG) Source: Fraunhofer HHI, MediaTek, Samsung, Qualcomm, Huawei Tel: Email: +49 1723813814 thomas.wiegand@hhi.fraunhofer.de Title: Suggested text for IPR statements in JVET proposals (as part of the CfP and regular JVET input documents) Purpose: Proposal _____________________________ Abstract This document proposes a suggested text to be included into the template of proposal documents submitted to JVET (as part of the CfP and regular JVET input documents). This suggested text may be one of several options for proponents to be used. Suggested Text YXZ Corporation may have current or pending patent rights relating to the technology described in this contribution and, conditioned on reciprocity, is prepared to grant licenses under reasonable and non-discriminatory terms as necessary for implementation of the resulting ITU-T Recommendation | ISO/IEC International Standard (per box 2 of the ITU-T/ITU-R/ISO/IEC patent statement and licensing declaration form). 
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Score: 518743.16 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...o-site/1801_Gwa/VCEG-BE02.docx
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