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Governments must step up the fight against spam by improving cross-border cooperation on network security and law enforcement as part of a multipronged drive to protect the integrity of the Internet, the OECD said.
Vertreter von OECD Regierungen, der Wirtschaft und Verbraucherschutzorganisationen treffen sich vom 2.-3. Februar 2004 auf einem OECD Workshop in Brüssel...
Representatives of OECD governments, business and consumer groups will meet at an OECD workshop hosted by the European Commission in Brussels on 2-3 February to look at the problems for Internet-based communications posed by spam.
This background paper has been prepared to provide a broad overview of the issues associated with spam as information for participants at the OECD Workshop on Spam, to be held at the European Commission on 2-3 February 2004.
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The Study Plan implements the conceptual building blocks presented in the methodology paper. The plan consists of three parts which are carried out sequentially.
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This paper proposes some ways forward in stimulating and structuring interdisciplinary research on business-to-business electronic commerce. A ‘commerce-centred’ perspective is proposed that is grounded in concepts of commerce as a complex socio-economic institution. On this basis, a conceptual framework is developed for assessing the dynamics and impacts of electronic commerce in the value chains of products (goods and services).
This site primarily provides member and non-member governments with an international information-exchange tool on initiatives to implement the OECD Guidelines for the Security of Information Systems and Networks: Towards a Culture of Security.
This volume draws together OECD work to date on measures for ensuring effective privacy protection online.
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Broadband Internet access is one of the first services where there has been a convergence between communications platforms built for different purposes.
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This paper is aimed at responding to arguments that have been made about the necessity and benefits of structural separation of the telecommunications local loop.