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mr schoen going to thank you for your time the internet is a global resource that embraces government n.g.o.s businesses and the private sector how come that administration of such a global structure or a still in the hands of one private american company i can which cooperates closely with the u.s. government level and was among us we might use. it mainly cooperates with the department of commerce but the fact is that a certain monopoly is present in the world this technology was invented to meet the interests of the u.s. but then it expanded around the world it's been developing very rapidly truly embracing all levels of our life people make money on the internet and for the internet even government systems now use these technologies none the less the corporation has still been deciding everything it is aware of changes taking place worldwide and it makes certain concessions to the international community it has good relations with russia and syria which is proven by the fact that our country was the first to get the right to create a national domain of the top level doj aref within the prison framework of
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cooperation and we can hardly complain about the americans we're very good dialogue we're each other but some threats are rising for the internet and internet technologies these threats can only be responded to internationally this technology in the world wide web doesn't brace the entire world therefore governments and even more so corporations simply cannot resolve internet related problems therefore russia among a number of other countries is proposing the development of international mechanisms that would help fight the problems that even the americans are concerned about. our american colleagues have been telling us that we should be working together against common threats opening our borders taking part in the international forums and so on so how does the us explain its own refusal to expand international participation in the internet's administration. some of. their key argument is that this is a very dynamic resource therefore any attempt to bureaucratize this technology
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within an international structure would slow down the internet's development and hinder efficient response to new technologies are rising at least every six months if not every month moreover they reasoned that so far this resource has been developing successfully without international involvement they're willing to cooperate bilaterally at the non-governmental level to tackle specific issues that arise but they contradict their own position one of the main concerns that the u.s. government has until communications and c.t. is a threat to what they call cyber security how can one fight such threats unless they find a mechanism to enforce was aleutians in a corporation as long as things keep developing according to commercial law we won't be able to fight technological risks or extremism terrorism and other things that the international community believes are acceptable on the internet a commercial corporation in spite of all the u.s. power will not be able to cope with these problems even at a bilateral level therefore russia believes that we need an international
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institution that would respond to such issues and we believe that the international telecommunications union will be the best institution for the job when you've got. what they say as you've got this international telecommunications and that includes one hundred and ninety two countries intends to take over the internet said mr asian and by doing so to end the american monopoly here what are the benefits of devolving power from one state to a group of states. that's. when the. we aren't saying that the. to you should take up all areas of the internet as development we believe that some aspects should be regulated internationally this organization was formed in eight hundred sixty five when the un was nonexistent it was founded by twenty countries including russia consequently it became one of the un special purpose organizations was it does bring together practically all countries in the world and communications exist in all countries as well as some
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technological communications related issues arising between one state and another or between a state and a group of states are perfectly regulated by this organization i'll go so far as to say that this is one of the most efficient special purpose organizations if not the most efficient which has an excellent reputation and great experts as well as established mechanisms and that knows how to respond to all problems with its response is probably not as efficient as modern technology requires nonetheless communications work in all countries operators maintain their relations in spite of different levels of development and types of technology one way or another they manage to find compromises and technical and technological solutions that enable communications to function properly and i would have to think of how will it happen from the practical point of view if the i.t. you get this power how it's almost two hundred countries it creamy in spite of their differing opinions without much of a sort of go with it that's something we mentioned in the beginning it takes
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a consensus to oppose certain issues with our american colleagues are proposing bilateral agreements on fighting these problems and are thus countering the various negative issues now if we ask mathematicians to calculate how many bilateral agreements between one hundred ninety two i do member states it would take we do realize this number is almost endless not even mentioning the time it would take to sign all these documents providing that all states agree on a small number of issues that should definitely be regulated internationally we could spend twelve or eighteen months developing mechanisms of tackling those issues and then start fighting them by means of the i.c.u. what percentage of the world as for russia what concrete proof. as it mate. we suggest precisely this very model we can say that it's necessary to define a set of issues falling under i do you regulation to set up mechanisms of regulation and try to apply them in practical life. for that we also support a reform of documents of the international telecommunication union because under the charter all underlying principles should first be approved of plenty potential
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conferences and leaders submitted for ratification to national governments naturally this bureaucratic process can go around in circles forever this is how things stand now we suggest revising the charter so that it reflects only cornerstone issues we want this document to be untouchable like national constitutions and be subject to occasional change only while the current issues could be solved without interference from national parliaments and without creating an excessively difficult procedure that would be a response to the concerns of our american partners that the mechanisms we're suggesting will get stuck and retain. the parts of work i would but what about fighting saddler crime how could the shifting. help solve this problem. that's would only contribute to fighting cybercrime if for example we agree that child pornography is an absolute evil inadmissible in any form would have signed an international treaty within the i to you that would oblige all signatories to agree
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on mechanisms of notification and technical measures allowing for the removal of this kind of information from the internet this mechanism would have started working following agreements and approval by all states at the moment some countries classify child pornography as a crime and stipulate prosecution against those who distributed on the internet but as you know a pornographic website can easily be registered in countries that don't consider this kind of information to be an offense and spread child pornography on the worldwide web so until we define a range of joint problems that we are ready to fight together and mechanisms to do it our efforts are not going to be affected the model because eighty give up the political issues related to the internet's international management are still being studied but there is no doubt that there are some principles that are supported by most states where the differences among them. participants in what do they agree. so far we haven't gotten down to any concrete discussion this conference has become
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a milestone event it adopted a resolution confirming the i choose application for international management of the internet participating countries have confirmed their intention to assume certain powers and responsibilities in order to solve a whole number of issues now we'll have to agree on ways of implementing this application to be frank the americans have a monopoly over the internet and it's only natural that they should wish to take advantage of the situation to set certain standards and ensure the participation of primarily u.s. i.t. companies in advancing those technological standards technologies and products it's clear that the americans are no rush to share their influence on the internet but since they're also confronting certain threats and understand too that many resources are now linked to the internet they know that if no one handle such threats properly this technology will become more and more vulnerable and here russia and the u.s. have a mutual understanding i think that they can continue this dialogue and as a first step should start looking for small points of convergence and gradually
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expand the sphere of cooperation as new mechanisms start proving their fish and. i think i know the circuit this person is of transition of power on the internet be endless or have preliminary dates been set. in the early to thousands a summit was held in tunisia on the development of an information society responsibility was placed on the international to the communication union which should organize the conference in twenty ten that i have to report and how it has implemented the decisions of tunisia's summits on the development of an information society this is exactly the cycle that exists within the framework of international to communication union plenty potentially conferences like the one held this here convene every four years so there's plenty of time before the next conference to work out new mechanisms think of how to carry out decisions made that year. and fill new proposals with concrete contents and. one of the potential difficulties of changing the model of running the internet but. the potential difficulty
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consists in the fact that the internet is a fast changing technology and constantly trying to gain something is not the best solution even if an international regulatory body is set up but there's little we can do about that because this is a condition dictated by the high speed of development of modern technologies i see the main problem in the ability to react promptly to new technologies new notions new terms and new legal relationships that is why we're talking about the need to reform the governing procedures in the international telecommunications union and to make it more flexible and dynamic thank you very much for this interview thank you very much. sure is that so much as i can recall. the first is
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it's trying to sabotage his struggling bid to form a new government whistleblower published classified reports linking him to death squads tortured and killed in iraq and. russia says the world wide web should not be governed by the u.s. alone but by a global body instead the initiative is designed to help protect nearly two billion internet users from cyber crime. up next it's over to andrew for the latest sports . hello there thanks for watching the sport and this is what is coming up. another corruption scandal his defeat for world cup bidding process the claims of vote rigging. and two points lost for league leaders any to throw away their lead again struggling angie. was moving up in the world cramming cup find this miracle olenka
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climbs the rankings along with it on the real thing you know but. but first fever is investigating fresh allegations of corruption over the world cup bidding process it comes after its former general secretary was reported to have said countries will vote for ping in an attempt to stage the tournament fever has asked for the evidence from the sunday times which said he shares a roof in and believe had struck a deal with spain portugal is alleged to have said they'll give each other seven votes in the twenty four man executive committee which will decide who will host the next two world cups in december such vote rigging is against fee for rules spain and portugal are hoping to land the twenty eighth and what catherine is bidding for the one four years later each bid need to succeed russia also unhappy twenty eight along with england and a joint bid from holland belgium. and other football news any coach on his ability has criticised his plays after watching them throw away
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a two goal lead to draw three three with low e. and g. although the result does keep this in petersburg side six points clear and i'm beaten at the top of the russian primarily ganji took a shortly after just three minutes to go and i was just a few moments later equalized finishing off a new one to i for constant. need to head the break for another. sweepingly from then ate. my phone for an hour left the three point two t's n.h. when danny scored again on the boat from him. but angie didn't give me ten minutes to guy nicholai your son. finding the bottom corner. i dying second speak maybe three three an invaluable point french to a two point above the drop zone after the split to pricing nephi king's speech but
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said his place should have made sure of all three points. for rubinstein a second in the league for goal is true against a scuffle with people saying if you called in good form to keep a clean sheet you could wipe point for the man from cause and although you've been have played two more games than any anti a sky. committee said yes of the three prices above the relegation zone following that see one win away to rostov clearly got in front ten minutes saying courtesy of a header by george of each. other more level masses for real stuff sure before the and every time i. get there you have experience in a winner with less than twenty minutes to go korea move up to twelve will still stay seven for still cherish european football. so this is how the table is looking with five games left for the season is any still i'm thinking a two games in hand i would have seen as d.t. iscar in the top three teams playing champions league sports fourth and fifth get
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into the right place in this spot at moscow and now chased away in line for the last while at the other end of the board and the sides get relegated to. the ones in the drops i'm at the moment. i when england austin have gone second in the premier league after three zero when i've managed to see the city hand through before you have to send to offer these things after just five minutes and shortly after that. ministry got big on his first goal from alex song and it was ten thereafter things for the gunners five points behind chelsea along with man city and munchkin united states he won the other end of the table that liverpool are still in the drop zone despite beating blackburn to see one of them fail. who would want to be a football manager probably wishing he was in this field or a new story started least i knew to be as free at the weekend very black page in fields history is he is how he described it afterwards but i great day for p.s.p.
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. it is easy to find race for the hat trick and that was his first am in order then had a man sent off before a fellow to make it seem real to the home side at the interval. and a more followed in the second half race made it three no shortly after the break with the second go to as common in two minutes all the one and maybe four why is there a minute i added his name to the school wishing to ensure i feel after fifty nine am rescored is hat trick for when i have been play. that is six no i am i lashed quickly ninety seven. i. got into scientology from the penalty spot in my nine. and still was in over
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lands that is second. spent right at the death scene or its worst ever defeat you can play the misery one ready and the fire marriott the other ten you fool i was before space history. to tennis and it is a has risen to a career high world number two is the new rankings were released on monday while maria kirilenko returned into the top twenty despite a car breaking loss in the final of the kremlin cup to victoria as. it was an entertaining match in moscow kurylenko was out of sorts in the first set losing at six three but she then reeled off four games in a row in the second only to see as a claw her way back when the next by the better russian then had three match point scoring to say two of them couldn't stop as rangers winning volley at the net and she now looks forward to this season ending tournament in doha. it's a very big victory for me every tournament you win is always something special winning the tournament before going to doha gives me more confidence ahead of the
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final competition of the year i found my game in the final match and now i'm ready to go to and play that. i think the final match was great we were both in good form and played a very high level but today there was a bit stronger and more aggressive and maybe that's why she won the tournament on the men's side big troitsky said it was the best day of his career so far after the twenty four year old lifted the trophy for his maiden title on the tour he unseated serbian defeating separate markets but the artist who is seeded fourth choice dropped the ib set c three six but was able to find his way back into the match and broke his opponent in the tenth game of the second set enough for him to take it six four unforced decider artistic save a match point five two down but forrest was just too strong and the only unselfish choice when it was really.
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wanted to. go through today good enough to. over twice talking i were in the k h l there was only one game on sunday luck my chief coming back to snatch a late three to win at home to deny just if you don't pull back the brace for the visitors the slow about putting the in front twice during the match he opened less than a minute and a second came late in the second period for the early in the third. tied to get to all four spectacular long range effort by our neck side the heart for it to be checkmate and we're right at the end of the mighty six in the table. now let's get some reaction from last night's n.f.l. in the states where a controversial refereeing decision handed pittsburgh a narrow win in miami a couple of dan koppen to field goals gave the house and early lead but ben roethlisberger to touchdown passes to help this is followed by seventy nine miami
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pulled their way back twenty two twenty out with just under three minutes to. romford to your touchdown pittsburgh the replay showed it was a fumble and however much officials reverence for the ball for the steelers return possession and jeffrey gave you twenty three twenty victory with that last gasp field goal. top of the national football conference following their win against cincinnati carolina a san francisco for their first win of the season and yet it's time to separate both the more and when the buffalo become when play kansas city well washington and cleveland celebrated victories. elsewhere darren mcfadden posted four touchdowns to help oakland set a franchise record in the raiders' scoring a whopping fifty nine new england patriots extended their winning streak to all games that expensive san diego tampa bay tenn seattle and green bay for the
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lighting arrived on the night. sky to formula one with and i no longer believe the world championship title is still why don't you. but he tops the overall standings after victory in the currying grand prix but only forty two points separate the top five drivers with two races left the victory propelled along the internet eleven point lead ahead of mark webber is truly inspired i don't know nineteen what is red bull team mate sebastian vettel and started on pole also to finish problems alone so i took full advantage here's how to finish second and moved up in the standings while alonzo's teammate for the massey completed the podium on a great day for ferrari. the birth. of the year for us through the team both crossing the border from first figure to reporter for ferrari being competitive. we are going to strong so we knew the race previous was there but we were going to say remember. we knew there were
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three careers groups to finish or. if you use my first word to preach. you remodel up and last and golf has a new teenage sensation that just seventeen years old material has become the youngest ever winner on the european top four short victory for the italian at the castello masters in valencia he started the day two shots of level over ninety to gary boyd on the back nine and when the englishman folded with a couple of bogeys monastery ok mr carter sixty seven a cup win in the end i see finished ahead of spain's you can actually get a day to make a bit of history at seventeen years and one hundred eighty eight days no one younger it's everyone on the european tour. well done to him that is all the sport for the moment.
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authority after the whistleblower published classified reports saying he sanctioned state torture and killings. and russia says global governance of the web is the best protection from cyber attacks calling thank you we're calling on the us to share the responsibility. it's three pm in moscow and this is r.t. coming to you live in use now weigh in first up this hour two israeli soldiers await sentencing after being convicted of using a palestinian child as a human shield during the gaza war israel reinforced a ban on involving citizens five years ago but as paul the slayer reports palestinians believe troops continue to risk innocent lives in war maneuvers.
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