The OECD and OSIPP (Osaka University), organised a Workshop on "The Internet: Convergence and Self-Governance", on 9-10 June 1998
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The Conference addressed broad areas through a format that permitted business representatives to identify problems, governments to discuss how they hope to deal with the problem and international organisations to suggest how they can help to implement the solution internationally.
The Internet: Convergence and Self-Governance OECD/OSIPP (Osaka University) Workshop. Speaker Biographies. Tuesday, 9 June and Wednesday, 10 June 1998.
Held at La Maison de la Chimie, Paris, 9-10 December 1997. The objective of the Workshop was to use the OECD Guidelines, together with the OECD's Report on Background and Issues of Cryptography Policy, as the basis for deepening understanding of cryptography policy issues in the increasingly globalised information and communications network and the development of electronic commerce.
Dismantling the Barriers to Global Electronic Commerce Introduction The growth and potential of electronic commerce have recently captured the attention of businesses, consumers, journalists and government officials, and the top...
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The OECD Workshops on the Economics of the Information Society are aimed at developing economic data, research and analysis in the area of 'Global Information Infrastructure -- Global Information Society.'
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The Seoul workshop was devoted to a discussion of the role of government in facing the changes led by information and communications technology (ICT) development and diffusion.
The OECD, together with the European Commission (DGXIII), and COMTEC (Dublin City University), held a workshop on the pricing and regulation of Internet in Dublin on the 20th and 21 June 1996.
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As the global information society (GIS) continues to evolve in a complex world, the accompanying economic transformation process remains less than straightforward.
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Rapidly evolving knowledge-based economies and the increasingly widespread application of information and communications technology (ICT) are blurring traditional boundaries and standing old and familiar paradigms on their head.