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A1: Multimedia

A2: Resource Description

A3: Health

A4: URL: Location and Caching

A5: Multilanguage Support

A6: Mobile Computing Standards

A7: Collaboration and Organization

B1: Electronic Payment

B2: The Internet Within Business Organizations

B3: The Internet and the Mass Media

B4: Developing Business Communities

B5: Sales and Marketing

C1: The Internet in the Classroom: Questions and Perspectives

C2: Classroom Access to the Net: Who Will Build It?

C3: Learning Diversity and Difference: Culture on the Net

C4: Changing Educational Paradigms

C5: The Net as a New Teaching Medium

C6: Panel: National Initiatives and Experiences

C7: Students as Partners in the Learning Process

C8: Panel: Partnership, Collaboration, and Cooperation

C9: Panel: Training and Professional Development

D1: Character Sets for Internet Services

D2: Directory Services: The Internet Directory--Where the Heck Is It?

D3: Network Measurement and Metrics

D6: Integrated Services

D7: Security and Cryptography Directions

D8: IP and ATML Interworking Problems and Solutions

E1: Politics

E2: Learning from Other Technologies

E3: Ideology and Critique

E4: Global Transformation

E5: Communities and Networks

E6: Empowerment

E7: Panel: Advocacy for Networks

E8: Identities

E9: Democratic Processes

E10: Social Progress, Social Control

F2: Ensuring Internet Access

F4: Internet Content: Rights and Responsibilities

G1: Bandwidth, Obstacles to Expansion

G3: Multicultural and Physical Access Barriers

G4: Community Networking

G5: Economic Viability

G6: Expansion Strategies: Lessons from East and South

G7: Political Panel

H1: Internet Connectivity Experiences

H2: Crises and the Internet

H3: Society Catching up with the Technology

H4: New Learning Environments

H5: Moving from Old to New

H6: Creating an Internet Presence

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