"resolves to invite Member StatesThe full resolution is available here:
"instructs the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
- to refrain from taking any unilateral and/or discriminatory actions that could impede another Member State from accessing public Internet sites, within the spirit of Article 1 of the ITU Constitution and the WSIS principles;
- to report to the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau on any incident referred to in 1 above,"
"invites Member States and Sector Members
- to integrate and analyse the information on incidents reported from Member States;
- to report this information to Member States, through an appropriate mechanism,"
to submit contributions to the ITU-T study groups that contribute to the prevention and avoidance of such practices."
Resolution 69 – Non-discriminatory access and use of Internet resources
For a broader view of the political context this resolution is mired in and the international infighting between Internet governance organizations see:
Controversy Over Internet Governance: ITU Families And ICANN Cosmetics?