ISO/ IEC JTC1/SC22 N2736

Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 16:01:51 -0400 (EDT)
From: "william c. rinehuls" <rinehuls@access.digex.net>
To: sc22docs@dkuug.dk
Subject: Notice of Document Availability - SC22 N2736 - JTC 1 Request for Comments - Electronic Commerce Business Team Report - PLENARY AGENDA ITEM

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC22
Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces
Secretariat:  U.S.A.  (ANSI)

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC22
N2736

TITLE:
JTC 1 Request for National Body and Subcommittee Comments on Document JTC
1 N5296 (SC22 N2735), Electronic Commerce Business Team Report

DATE ASSIGNED:
1998-06-22

SOURCE:
Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC22

BACKWARD POINTER:
N/A

DOCUMENT TYPE:
N/A

PROJECT NUMBER:
N/A

STATUS:
The SC22 response to this request will be an agenda item for the August
1998 SC22 Plenary.

The document is at:  "http://www.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc22/open/n2736.htm"

ACTION IDENTIFIER:
FYI

DUE DATE:
N/A

DISTRIBUTION:
htm

CROSS REFERENCE:
SC22 N2726, N2735

DISTRIBUTION FORM:
Open


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ISO/IEC JTC 1                                                         

Information Technology                                                





ISO/IEC  JTC 1 N 5437                   



DATE:  1998-06-10     



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DOC TYPE:

Request for comments                                                  



TITLE:

Request for National Body and Subcommittee Comments on Document JTC 1 

N 5296, Electronic Commerce Business Team Report                      



SOURCE:

JTC 1 Secretariat                                                     



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STATUS:

As per Sendai resolution 8 (see attached), JTC 1 National Bodies and  

SCs are asked to review document JTC 1 N 5296 (previously circulated) 

and to submit comments in time for consideration at the Jan. 1999     

meeting in Brazil.                                                    



ACTION ID:  ACT 



DUE DATE:  1998-12-25



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Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1, American National Standards Institute, 11 

West 42nd Street, New York, NY  10036; Telephone:  1 212 642 4932;    

Facsimile:  1 212 840 2298; Email:  lrajchel@ansi.org        





Resolution 8 - Electronic Commerce (EC) Business Team Report

 

JTC 1 accepts the report of the electronic commerce business team contained in document JTC 1 N 5296 and requests its National Bodies and SCs to review this document and to submit comments in time for consideration at the January 1999 plenary meeting in Brazil. In particular, JTC 1 also resolves the following:

 

General

 

  1. Because of the multi-sectorial nature of EC, JTC 1 will work to improve its co-operation with other Standardization bodies, formal and others. This includes ISO/TC 68 and ISO/TC 154.
  2. Specifically, the work in ISO/TC 68/SC 6, together with CEN/TC 224, requires close attention by JTC 1 and its SCs, in particular SC 17, SC 27 and SC 32.

    2. JTC 1 recognizes that EC also addresses issues that potentially fall into the legal or regulatory domain. JTC 1 understands that fundamentally different views exist as to the degree to which legal or regulatory measures are needed. Therefore, self-regulation is often considered an appropriate instrument to address such issues, e.g. regarding:

    harmful content,

    protection of privacy,

    cost transparency.

    JTC 1 does not make an assessment regarding the appropriateness of self-regulation versus regulation in any of these and other domains. To support self regulation or regulation, standards, in principle, may be useful tools. JTC 1 strongly recommends that any related standardization work is initiated only on the basis of a sound a priori agreement of the parties involved in such self-regulation.

    3. JTC 1 encourages consumer participation in relevant standardization activities and member bodies are strongly invited to take appropriate steps. JTC 1 will re-enforce, as a general objective, the request to its technical bodies that the intended functionality of a standard is clearly stated and that standards are written in a comprehensible way.

     

    Specific

     

    1. JTC 1 instructs its Secretariat to circulate document

    N 5296 and to ask National Bodies to specifically review and comment on the work items identified. Reviewers should be invited to submit proposals for new work items.

  3. JTC 1 notes that all JTC 1 Technical Directions are

relevant to Electronic Commerce requirements.

JTC 1 SCs are requested to study document JTC 1 N 5296 with a view of identifying areas where they can support the requested work items (i.e., submitting an NP proposal or potentially providing experts for such work), also, if appropriate, in co-operation with other organizations.

3. JTC 1ís Chairman, National Bodies and SCs are requested to proactively encourage organizations outside of JTC 1 that are active in the area of Electronic Commerce frameworks and payment methods, to seek closer co-operation with JTC 1 and other relevant ISO Technical Committees. Already existing mechanisms for co-operation, including the JTC 1 PAS process, should be explored.

 

The specific actions as per 1, 2 and 3 above should be performed in a timely manner, taking account of the need to rapidly contribute to electronic commerce standardization.

 

Unanimous

         





























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