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  • Accessibility: Connecting persons with disabilities 
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  • Broadband: Connecting the world with high speed access. 
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  • Climate Change: Promoting the use of ICTs to combat climate change 
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  • Cybersecurity, Spam and Cybercrime: Confidence and security in the use of ICTs
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  • Digital Divide: Connecting the unconnected by 2015 
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  • Emergency Telecommunications: Saving lives - telecommunication is critical at all phases of disaster management 
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  • NGNs: Next Generation Networks and Global Standards Initiative
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What is RSS?

RSS is a format for delivering regularly changing web content such as news. Many websites and online publishers syndicate their content through RSS feeds. To indicate content offered as an RSS feed, most sites will display a small icon and/or the acronym RSS, XML, or RDF. The most common icon indicating that an RSS feed is available is  RSS feed

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How do I get RSS feeds?

The latest version of the most common web browsers can read and track RSS feeds and all you have to do to access the content of an RSS feed is click on the corresponding icon or link.

If your web browser does not support RSS feeds, you will need an RSS reader or aggregator which can be a program you install on your computer or an online service you access through an internet browser. By clicking on the RSS icon or link you will get the URL of the feed that you then have to copy to your RSS reader.

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