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  • At its July meeting, the ITU Council referred several items to the ITU-T World Telecommunications Standardization Assembly (WTSA), they are: to define OTT as it relates to the Internet, address misuse of domain names, misuse of identifiers, and issues with ICANN and TLDs that concern Member States. These are all items that have also surfaced in WCIT ITR proposals and discussions over the past few months, including recent proposals to insert ICT and “processing” in the definition of telecommunications that will be used within the ITRs. WTSA meets in Dubai the two weeks prior to the start of...
    Date published 01 Julio 2012
  • Summary report from a 2011 meeting of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA- CODIST II) on the “Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Interconnection” 
  • Les points d’échange Internet (IXP) forment une partie capitale de l’infrastructure Internet, en ce sens qu’ils permettent aux réseaux d’échanger du trafic entre eux. Le fait que plusieurs fournisseurs de services Internet (FSI) peuvent se connecter à un seul IXP crée un éventail potentiel d’avantages techniques et économiques pour la communauté Internet locale. En localisant le trafic intérieur et en évitant les liaisons internationales, les opérateurs et utilisateurs locaux peuvent r...
  • This paper was developed by the Internet Society to highlight the importance of the design values and fundamental principles that have underpinned the Internet's success.  
  •   مقدمة تظل الرسأيل المزعجة تمثل مشكلة كبيرة لمستخدمي ومشغلي اإلنترنت، حتى مع مساھمة ترشيح البريد اإللكتروني وجھود اإلعاقة عن طريق مشغلي الشبكة وبأيعي البرمجيات ومزودي خدمة اإلنترنت في ايقاف الرسأيل المزعجة بشكل ٔاكثر فعالية قبل ٔان تصل ٕالى صناديق بريد المستخدمين النھأييين.. ومعٕ ذلك، تُشير ٓاخر التقديرات لمنظمة ذات مصداقية]1, 2[ ٕالى ٔان الرسأيل المزعجة تمثل من 70% ٕالى 80% من حركة البريد اإللكتروني حول العالم وھكذا فٕان الرسأيل المزعجة يمكن ٔان تشكل عبء كبير على مشغلي الشبكة والمشكالت المصاحبة للرسأيل المزعجة يمكن ٔان تكون كبيرة في الدول النامية، حيث يمكن ٔان تتسبب األحجام العالية...
  • More than 50 members of the Internet Society global community will participate [Washington, D.C. and Geneva, Switzerland] – An Internet Society delegation will attend the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai, 3-14 December 2012. WCIT is a global treaty conference hosted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) where 193 ITU Member States come together to discuss and modify the International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs). Approximately 50 members of the Internet Society global community will attend the meetings.   As a Sector...
  • El debate acerca de los modelos apropiados para la gestión de recursos relacionados con Internet, aún sigue siendo una característica del entorno de política. Además, dado que Internet está muy centrado en la vida moderna, no es probable que cesen dichos debates. Este breve documento aborda un grupo de recursos de Internet, principalmente los recursos numéricos y especialmente aborda la cuestión de si es conveniente más centralización de la función de distribución de recursos numéricos, o menos. En los...
  • A table of acronyms that are commonly used in the WCIT process. Acronym Organization, Name or Action ADD Addition of new item APT Asia-­‐Pacific Telecommunity ATU African Telecommunication Union BDT Telecommunication Development Bureau BIAC The Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD CCITT Consultative Committee for International Telephony and Telegraphy CEPT European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications CITEL Inter-­‐American Telecommunication...
  • Good afternoon everybody. It’s great to be here today, especially since there’s snow on the ground and the temperature has been in the low teens where I live in Ohio. Orlando seems awfully nice.   Last year, Steve Feldman described NANOG as a “a whole bunch of people who work together and spend a lot of time arguing about stuff.” That seems like a good jumping off point for my talk today, which is about the recent World Conference on International Telecommunications, or WCIT—another place where a whole bunch of people came together to argue about stuff...