ICC’s Commission on E-Business, IT and Telecoms (EBITT) and Task Force on Internet and Telecoms Infrastructure and Services (ITIS) today called for greater business participation in the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which is undergoing transformation.
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As policymakers from over 40 countries gathered here at an OECD Ministerial summit to discuss the trailblazing impact of the Internet and information and communications technologies (ICTs) on the economy and society, ICC shared global business views and provided guidance on digital convergence.
Economists worldwide say that a one day “blackout” of the Internet would have a major impact on the global economy, according to a survey conducted by ICC and the Ifo Institute for Economic Research and released today.
Herbert Heitmann has assumed the role of Chair of the ICC Commission on E-business, IT and Telecoms (EBITT).
A high-level conference to debate one of the most pressing issues facing the information and communications technology (ICT) sector – how to put these tools to more use in economic development – was held today in Dubai, a regional ICT hub and the first Gulf state to offer public Internet access.
The International Chamber of Commerce has launched a new guide to assist countries considering or embarking on the liberalization of their communications infrastructure.
Experts gathered in Tokyo on 9 May for a conference ahead of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) which will take place in Brazil later this year.
ICC’s initiative to help businesses demonstrate their compliance and standardize the process for transferring data internationally from any EU country is now the foundation of the form adopted by all European data protection authorities.
The International Chamber of Commerce today warned that designs by China and other countries to create their own domain name systems in Letters Digits Hyphen (LDH) for locating data on the Internet exposes the Internet to new risks that could destabilize it if technical and logistical issues are not urgently addressed.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today called on governments to be even-handed in their software procurement policies and not give undue preference to either open source or proprietary software in legislation.