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WTSA Resolutions and Opinions

2008 editions
 Resolution 1 - Rules of procedure of the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T)
 Resolution 2 - Study Group responsibility and mandates
 Resolution 7 - Collaboration with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
 Resolution 11 - Collaboration with the Postal Operations Council (POC) of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in the study of services concerning both the postal and the telecommunication sectors
 Resolution 17 - Telecommunication standardization in relation to the interests of developing countries
 Resolution 18 - Principles and procedures for the allocation of work to, and coordination between, ITU-R and ITU-T
 Resolution 20 - Procedures for allocation and management of international telecommunication numbering, naming, addressing and identification resources
 Resolution 22 - Authorization for TSAG to act between WTSAs
 Resolution 26 - Assistance to regional groups of Study Group 3
 Resolution 29 - Alternative calling procedures on international telecommunication networks
 Resolution 31 - Admission of entities or organizations to participate as Associates in the work of ITU-T
 Resolution 32 - Strengthening electronic working methods for the work of ITU-T
 Resolution 33 - Guidelines for ITU-T strategic activities
 Resolution 34 - Voluntary contributions
 Resolution 35 - Appointment and maximum term of office for chairmen and vice-chairmen of ITU-T study groups and of TSAG
 Resolution 38 - Coordination among ITU-T, ITU-R and ITU-D for activities relating to IMT
 Resolution 40 - Regulatory aspects of ITU-T work
 Resolution 43 - Regional preparations for WTSAs
 Resolution 44 - Bridging the standardization gap between developing and developed countries
 Resolution 45 - Effective coordination of standardization work across study groups in ITU-T and the role of TSAG
 Resolution 47 - Country code top-level domain names
 Resolution 48 - Internationalized (multilingual) domain names
 Resolution 49 - ENUM
 Resolution 50 - Cybersecurity
 Resolution 52 - Countering and combating spam
 Resolution 53 - Establishment of a workshop and seminar coordination group
 Resolution 54 - Creation of regional groups
 Resolution 55 - Mainstreaming gender in ITU-T activities
 Resolution 56 - Roles of TSAG and ITU-T study group vice-chairmen from developing countries
 Resolution 57 - Strengthening coordination and cooperation among ITU-R, ITU-T and ITU-D on matters of mutual interest
 Resolution 58 - Encourage the creation of national Computer Incident Response Teams, particularly for developing countries
 Resolution 59 - Enhancing participation of telecommunication operators from developing countries
 Resolution 60 - Responding to the challenges of the evolution of the numbering system and its convergence with IP-based systems / networks
 Resolution 61 - Misappropriation of international telecommunication numbering resources
 Resolution 62 - Dispute settlement
 Resolution 63 - Studies regarding nomadic telecommunication services and applications
 Resolution 64 - IP address allocation and encouraging the deployment of IPv6
 Resolution 65 - Calling party number delivery
 Resolution 66 - The creation of a Technology Watch Function in the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
 Resolution 67 - Creation of a Standardization Committee for Vocabulary (SCV)
 Resolution 68 - The implementation of Resolution 122 (Rev. Antalya, 2006) on the evolving role of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly
 Resolution 69 - Non discriminatory access and use of Internet resources
 Resolution 70 - Telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities
 Resolution 71 - Admission of academia, universities and their associated research establishments to participate in the work of ITU-T
 Resolution 72 - Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields
 Resolution 73 - Information and communications technologies and climate change
 Resolution 74 - Admission of Sector Members from developing countries in the work of ITU-T
 Resolution 75 - ITU-T's contribution in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society, and the establishment of a Dedicated Group on Internet-related Public Policy Issues as an integral part of the Council Working Group on World Summit on the Information Society
 Resolution 76 - Studies related to conformance and interoperability testing, assistance to developing countries, and a possible future ITU mark programme
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