This Policy Brief looks at likely future developments in the Internet economy, and how all stakeholders can help the Internet to meet the increasing demands made upon it, continue to drive innovation, provide new communications services and platforms, while being secure and respecting privacy.
This report, developed in collaboration with experts, aims to inform policy makers about malware impacts, growth and evolution, and countermeasures to combat malware. It seeks to analyse some of the main issues associated with malware and explore how the international community can better work together to address the problem.
The OECD Ministerial Meeting on the Future of the Internet Economy took place on 16-18 June 2008 in Seoul, Republic of Korea. Documents include: the Seoul Declaration for the Future of the Internet Economy; Summary of the Chair of the Meeting; Report on Shaping Policies for the Future of the Internet Economy; and its Annexes.
The Seoul Declaration for the Future of the Internet Economy
This report provides an overview of the gender distribution of ICT and ICT-related employment in OECD countries, and ICT employment patterns are contrasted with overall employment to highlight differences. The authors discuss participation in ICT-related education and training, and differences in ICT access and use by gender. In ICT-related employment, women have low shares of ICT-specialist employment and these shares rarely show an increase.
The OECD Anti-Spam Toolkit was developed in the framework of the OECD Task Force on spam and includes a package of recommended policies and measures addressing regulatory approaches, enforcement co-peration, industry-driven activities, technical solutions, education and awareness initiatives, spam measures, and international cooperation and exchange.
The OECD Anti-Spam Toolkit and its Annexes are available in PDF and HTML formats at http://www.oecd-antispam.org