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Meeting on cybercrime

Date: November 04, 2006

Government officials will meet in Turkey for the next three weeks to discuss the future of the Internet and take action on key issues such as cybercrime and Internet oversight.

The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an executive arm of the United Nations, will begin Monday in Antalya, Turkey. The conference will bring together government delegates from more than 190 countries to debate policy and vote on resolutions. The event directly follows the U.N.’s Internet Governance Forum in Athens this week, which was an informal meeting with no decisions made.

The conference in Turkey has a jam-packed agenda that will address a wide range of topics such as the role of next-generation broadband networks, radio frequency identification systems, and network platforms and services based on IP technology.
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