ITU-T F.4-1988 明语和密语 Plain and secret language

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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION )45 4 TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR OF ITU /0%2!4)/.3 !.$ 15!,)49 /& 3%26)#% 4%,%'2!0( 3%26)#%3 0,!). !.$ 3%#2%4 ,!.'5!'% )45 4 Recommendation & (Extract from the "LUE "OOK) & NOTES 1 ITU-T Recommendation F.4 was published in Fascicle II.4 of the Blue Book. This file is an extract from the Blue Book. While the presentation and layout of the text might be slightly different from the Blue Book version, the contents of the file are identical to the Blue Book version and copyright conditions remain unchanged (see below). 2 In this Recommendation, the expression “Administration” is used for conciseness to indicate both a telecommunication administration and a recognized operating agency. © ITU 1988, 1993 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and microfilm, without permission in writing from the ITU. Recommendation F.4 Fascicle II.4 - Rec. F.4 PLAIN AND SECRET LANGUAGE The CCITT, considering (a) Article 27 of the International Telecommunication Convention (Nairobi, 1982) concerning the use of secret language in telegrams; (b) the general provisions in Recommendation F.1 on the preparation and handing in of telegrams; (c) the CCITT studies on simplifying the international public telegram service and increasing its costeffectiveness; (d) that the provisions governing the international telex, telematic and data transmission services do not restrict the language or content of messages transmitted by these services, nor would it be practicable to apply restrictions in subscriber-operated services without withdrawing automatic operation or otherwise disrupting the quality of service; (e) that, nonetheless, it may be necessary for an ITU Member to impose restrictions on the content of telegrams transmitted from its territory or received from another country; (f) that where an ITU Member elects to impose language restrictions on telegrams received from another country, this should not unduly burden the operation of the service in that country, declares the view that the following procedures shall apply regarding the use of plain and secret language in the international telegram service. 1 Definitions 1.1 plain language consists of words that present an intelligible meaning in one or more of the languages admitted for international telegrams, which include at least French, English and Spanish in every relation. Each word and each expression has a meaning normally assigned to it in the language to which it belongs. A text in plain language may contain: a) numbers written in letters or figures; b) proper names or abbreviated addresses; c) groups comprising letters, figures, signs or any combination of them providing that they have no secret meaning. 1.2 secret language comprises words in which one or more consist of: a) groups of letters, figures, signs or any combination of them that have a secret meaning; b) words in plain language that are not used with the meaning normally assigned to them; c) any other words not fulfilling the conditions laid down for plain language. 2 General principles 2.1 All ITU Members shall accept in all relations the use of plain language in messages sent or received by any public international telecommunication service. 2.2 At least the three working languages of the Union (French, English and Spanish) shall be admitted as plain language in all relations. 2.3 In order to facilitate efficient working and convenience for the users of telecommunication services, all ITU Members should also normally admit telegrams wholly or partly in secret language. In any case, government telecommunications and service telecommunications may be expressed in secret language in all relations. Except in the case of suspension of services defined in Article 20 of the Convention, any telecommunication containing secret language shall also be allowed to pass in transit from one country to another. Fascicle II.4 - Rec. F.4 1 2.4 Exceptionally, where an ITU Member finds it necessary to impose language restrictions on international telecommunications, for example pursuant to Article 19 of the Convention (stoppage of telecommunications): a) the Member concerned shall make all necessary arrangements regarding any restrictions on messages originating within its own territory; b) except where appropriate bilateral agreements are reached, it shall also accept the final responsibility for stopping any non-compliant messages originating in other countries. although origin Administrations should assist to the extent reasonable and practicable; c) the Secretary-General should be advised of the restrictions so that he can then advise all Admin

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