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Telephone, Telex, Telefax

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Organizations relating to Telephone, Telex, Telefax

Arab Federation of Posts, Telegram and Telephone Workers
International Association of Internet Hotlines / Est. 1999
World Hiroshima Day Telephone Project
International Association of Community TeleService Centres / Est. 1989
Association internationale des postes de sécurité par téléphone
International Sporting Union of the PTT / Est. 1955
Open Microprocessor Systems Initiative Management Office
Conférence des ingénieurs des administrations télégraphiques et téléphoniques
Australasian Telephone Collectors Society
Internet
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System Forum / Est. 1996
International Esperanto Association of Post and Telecommunication Workers / Est. 1966
International Federation of Telephone Emergency Services / Est. 1967
CommerceNet Consortium / Est. 1994
European Telephone Marketing Council
Nordic Mobile Telephone Network / Est. 1982
European Foundation of Drug Helplines / Est. 1993
International Green Number / Est. 1987
GSM Association / Est. 1987
European Public Telephone Companies Data Network
Vodafone Group Foundation
Islamic States Telecommunications Union
International Facsimile Consultative Council / Est. 1988
European Cellular Telephone Network
Third Generation Partnership Project 2

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World Problems relating to Telephone, Telex, Telefax

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Micromalthidae
Proliferation of telemarketing
Dangers of using mobile telephones
Proliferation of direct mail advertising
Inadequacy of national telecommunication facilities
Lack of telephone system
Protectionism in the telecommunications industries
Overloaded party lines
Parochial telecommunications standards
Dysfunctional public telephones
Delay in connection of telecommunications facilities
Obscene telephone calls
Telephone bugging
Vulnerability of telephone system
Unreliable phone installations
Telephone fraud
Inappropriate use of telecommunications services
Maldistribution of telecommunications facilities within countries
Illegal long-distance telephone calls
Insecurity of mobile telephone communication
Electronic pornography
Unwanted telephone referendum
Lack of social contact
Prohibitive cost of connection to public utilities

Action Strategies relating to Telephone, Telex, Telefax

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing telecommunications
Developing wireless communications technology
Developing computer telephony
Using telephone surveillance
Making illegal telephone calls
Reducing telephone delays
Prohibiting unauthorized interception of telephone messages
Improving regional telephone systems
Strengthening monopolies in the telephone industry
Abolishing unethical use of telephone service
Reducing protectionism in the telecommunications industries
Using telemarketing
Developing international voice telephony
Installing accessible public telephone
Improving telephone system

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