[ccwg-internet-governance] ITU - EXPERT GROUP ON THE REVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION REGULATIONS (EG-ITRs)

Patrik Fältström paf at netnod.se
Tue Jan 3 11:31:39 UTC 2017


Dear Nigel,

Thank you for this information.

I think it would be also good to explicitly look at the reasons why so many did choose to not sign the 2012 ITRs, as I think ITU should have as a goal to get a higher number of signatories in the next round and not lower.

   Patrik -- member of the Swedish delegation at the 2012 WCIT

On 3 Jan 2017, at 12:08, Nigel Hickson wrote:

> Colleagues
>
> Good morning.  As I think was briefly mentioned on last Call, the ITU (pursuant to a decision of the 2014 Plenipotentiary) has established an Expert Group to look at a potential revision to the ITRs adopted in 2012.
> An overview is at following link.
>
> http://www.itu.int/en/council/eg-itrs/Pages/default.aspx
>
> The​​ Review (on which contributions are called for) will include, among others:
>
>
> 1. ​​​​an examination of the 2012 ITRs to determine its applicability in a rapidly evolving international telecommunication environment, taking into account technology, services and existing multilateral and international legal obligations as well as changes in the scope of domestic regulatory regimes;
> 2. Legal analyses of the 2012 ITRs;​​
> 3.
> 4. Analyses of any potential conflicts between the obligations of signatories to the 2012 ITRs and​ signatories to the 1988 ITRs with respect to implementation of the provisions of the 1988 and the 2012 ITRs.
>
> ICANN is planning to attend the initial meeting which takes place in Geneva on 9/10th February.  Any views ahead of that on the three questions above would be most welcome.  Perhaps we might discuss on a Call in advance.
>
> Best
>
> Nigel
>
>
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