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RIPE Cooperation WG ITU PP 10 update Maria Häll, Deputy Director Division of IT Policy Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications. What was ITU PP10?. ITU Plenipotentiary – planning meeting every 4th year – ITU Agenda Coordinations

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RIPE Cooperation WG

ITU PP 10 update

Maria Häll, Deputy DirectorDivision of IT PolicyMinistry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications

what was itu pp10
What was ITU PP10?
  • ITU Plenipotentiary – planning meeting every 4th year – ITU Agenda
  • Coordinations
    • CEPT - The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations
    • European Common Proposals – ECP
important issues itu pp10
Important issues ITU PP10
  • Cybersecurity
  • Internet related issues
  • WSIS
  • 130 - Strengthening the role of ITU in building confidence and security in the use of information and communication technologies
  • 101 - IP-networks,
  • 102 - ITU's role with regard to international public policy issues pertaining to the Internet and the management of Internet resources, including domain names and addresses
  • 133 - Role of administrations of Member States in the management of internationalized (multilingual) domain names
new resolutions
New Resolutions
  • Facilitating the transition from IPv4 to IPv6(combine 3 res)

Some of the results:”to collaborate closely with the relevant international recognized partners, including the Internet community (e.g. regional Internet registries (RIRs), the Internet Engineering Task Force, (IETF) and others), in order to encourage the deployment of IPv6 by raising awareness and through capacity building”

“instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau…to monitor the current allocation mechanisms (including the equitable distribution of addresses) for ITU Member States or Sector Members, and to identify and point out any underlying flaws in the current allocation mechanisms;”

new resolutions1
New Resolutions
  • Combine res 101,102, 133 including the role of ITU in the multi-stakeholder environment of Internet Governance. => only multi-stakeholder part left=> no separate resolution


In all four resolution (101, 102, 133) one part is the same:

“to explore ways and means for greater collaboration and coordination between ITU and relevant organizations [1] involved in the development of IP-based networks and the future Internet, through cooperation agreements, as appropriate, in order to increase ITU’s role in Internet governance so as to ensure maximum benefits to the global community.”

[1]Including, but not limited to ICANN, the RIRs, the IETF, ISOC and W3C on the basis of reciprocity basis

hot issues
Hot issues
  • Dedicated Group on Internet-related public policy issues" – subgroup to ITU Council WG WSIS Forum
    • WG under Concil
    • Open to all stakeholders


Decicated group becomes a Council WG. Only for Memberstated but Open consultations

hot issues1
Hot issues
  • to support the transformation of the Government Advisory Committee (GAC) into an international committee, or create a Council working group, evenly representing the six regions of the Union, similar to the membership of the ITU Council, and with powers of supervision over ICANN;



hot issues2
Hot issues
  • Definition of Cybersecurity
    • security on national level
    • content
  • ITU’s role in Cybersecurity sector