Holger Osieck, head of Fifa's technical study group, explained that all 13 members of Fifa will be able to have detailed technical images of any dubious goals downloaded onto their laptops.
"Previous tournaments have been dotted with decisions about what constitutes an own goal which appeared to lack clear guidelines," Osieck told a news conference.
Andy Roxburgh, UEFA's technical director, and a member of the Fifa technical group, added: "No matter where a member is in Germany, he will get images of the goal on his laptop and the decision will be made by the whole group as soon as possible."
Fifa said that if an own goal is wrongly awarded the decision would be rectified by the next day at the very latest.
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