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OECD member countries organised the Ministerial Meeting in recognition of the increasingly critical role of the Internet to our economies and society. The Internet is proving to be a powerful driver of innovation, growth and productivity globally.
Ministers and representatives of OECD and non-member economies adopted The Seoul Declaration for the Future of the Internet Economy at the conclusion of a Ministerial meeting held in Korea (17-18 June 2008).
This report has been developed to support the objectives of the OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy (Seoul, 17-18 June 2008).
This report focuses on possible scenarios and on the need to deploy the newer version of the Internet Protocol, IP version 6 (IPv6).
This declaration was adopted at the conclusion of the June 2008 Ministerial meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy, held in Seoul. It contains recommendations on how to further the development of the “Internet economy” through multi-stakeholder co-operation.
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The disruption or destruction of critical information infrastructures (“CII”) could have serious consequences. This Recommendation is derived from best practices for CII protection identified in an OECD background report comparing policies in seven countries.
Broadband and networked ICTs are important in meeting health, demographic and environmental challenges, and policy plays an important role in expanding their use and enhancing their impact.
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This Recommendation is designed as a general framework for Member countries to foster wider and more effective use of public sector information and content, and the generation of new uses from it.
The policy guidance lays out the policy responses that need to be in place to ensure that consumers engaging in mobile commerce transactions are adequately informed, and are protected against security or privacy risks.
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The workshop showed that ICTs can play a significant role in the near-term for mitigating the growth (even reducing) of the global energy footprint.