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Title: MULTILINGUAL DOMAIN NAMES JOINT ITUWIPO Symposium European Perspective


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MULTILINGUAL DOMAIN NAMESJOINT ITU/WIPO
Symposium - European Perspective -
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
  • Richard Delmas
  • DG Information Society Brussels

2
World Dimension of IDN
Source Global Internet Statistics
3
EU Dimension of IDN
  • - World 3500 spoken languages.
  • - EU 15 nations, 11 languages and soon 5 more
    languages minimum- Europe at large 32 languages
    of States or 50 languages including
    demographic languages and official dialects.
  • - Four scripts latin, greek, cyrillic, arabic,
    different graphs, accents

4
Nomen and DNS
  • NominalismFrom Guillaume dOckham (1285-1347)
    to Vint Cerf
  • Denomination and language From Guillaume Postel
    (1510-1581) to John Postel
  • Universal classificationFrom Paul Otlet
    (1868-1960) to Kim Veltman
  • Law and Rules of Code From Lao Tseu (600 a.c.)
    to Lawrence Lessig

5
Institutional Framework
  • European Charter of Fundamental Rights (citizen
    rights, identity, culture)
  • European Charter of regional and minority
    languages, Council of Europe (promotion,
    development, culture)
  • EU Treaty articles 149, 128
  • EU Programmes IST, e-content

6
Why a Multilingual Semantic Web ?
  • Right of access information
  • Diversity of culture and language
  • e-Europe, Trans-european Networks
    (interoperability)
  • Need for classification content presentation,
    Meta Data, Memecs,...
  • EU Web Accessibility Initiative
  • E-content Projects www.cordis.lu/econtent/

7
International Organisations and Fora
  • ITU, WIPO, OECD, WTO, UNESCO
  • IETF, ICANN, GAC
  • MINC, CDNC, JPNIC, KRNIC, ...
  • W3C, IEEE, ISO, Unicode Consortium, EDIRA
  • ICT Partnership, ECC-ISOC, CECUA, CEPIS, UNICE,
    etc. Users MoU

8
NEXT STEPS
  • Future DNS innovation vs competition, growth
    employment, common goods
  • Study Convergence with identification systems, R
    D
  • Promote Users Requirements confidence, clarity,
    affordability, quality of service, ergonomics
  • European Internet Governance Diversity and
    Solidarity, International cooperation, Access to
    Information
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