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  1. Nov 2020
    1. It is packing the organisations that develop global technical rules, such as the International Telecommunication Union.

      It is inter-governmental space. Ultimately, countries decide ITU's policy.

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  2. Jun 2020
    1. This is a discussion paper as a response to the call for comments on another paper, titled as An Analysis of the “New IP” Proposal to the ITU-T, posted in the Internet Society’s website that intends to represent the ISOC’s opinion and position. My hope is that this paper will also be posted in the ISOC’s same place so that the community easily gets a full knowledge of the topic and knows the complete story from the both sides to make their own judgement on the topic. Comments are welcome, please email those to internet.evolution101@gmail.com.

      New IP or 'Huawei' proposal is gaining momentum. Here is one in-depth analysis.

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    1. It is ITU's resolutoin on electronic meetings. For Future of Meetings, we need to identify rules of procedures of IOs either directly (for e-meetings) or indirectly (.e.g. is there any provision that meetings must be held in situ).

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