United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force

The United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force (UN ICT TF) was a multi-stakeholder initiative associated with the United Nations which is "intended to lend a truly global dimension to the multitude of efforts to bridge the global digital divide, foster digital opportunity and thus firmly put ICT at the service of development for all."

Read more about United Nations Information And Communication Technologies Task Force:  Establishment, Aims and Objectives, Membership and Organization, WSIS II in Tunis, Follow-up, Selected Documents, Publication Series

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United Nations Information And Communication Technologies Task Force - Publication Series
... As part of its work, the Task Force and its members have published a series of books on various topics related to the work of the Task Force ... partially), or in PDF form UN ICT Task Force Series 1 - Information Insecurity A Survival Guide to the Uncharted Territories of Cyber-Threats and Cyber-Security (By Eduardo Gelbstein, Ahmad Kamal ... Ph.D.) - July 2005, ISBN 92-1-104531-2 UN ICT Task Force Series 3 The Role of Information and Communication Technology in Global Development - Analyses and ...

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