The purpose of this information bulletin is to provide general guidance and best practices for businesses on the development of corporate compliance programs. These programs may help businesses facilitate compliance with the Rules and/or CASL. Specifically, the bulletin describes important components of an effective corporate compliance program and provides guidance to develop such a program. […]

According to TeleGeograpghy, Vanuatu’s Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR), has opened a public consultation on a draft Telecommunications Consumer Protection Regulation document, which seeks to establish the key safeguards relating to the rights and interests of consumers.The TRR has invited all interested parties to submit their comments on the topic by 29 August 2014. TRR […]

New guidelines to help EU businesses use the Cloud – Digital Agenda for Europe – European Commission. Guidelines to help business users save money and get the most out of cloud computing services are being presented to the European Commission today. Cloud computing allows individuals, businesses and the public sector to store their data and […]

Further investigation needed into planned acquisition of Reggefiber by KPN The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) will launch a more detailed investigation into the planned acquisition of Dutch fiber-optic company Reggefiber by Dutch telecom provider KPN. In 2008, ACM imposed conditions on Reggefiber for the management of its fiber-optic cable network. The planned acquisition would […]

The ITU Report on Regulatory Analysis of International Mobile Roaming (IMR) services is now available on the ITU Economics and Finance Publications website: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Regulatory-Market/Pages/Studies.aspx. This report offers practical advice on investigating international mobile roaming services and provides the context and information needed to choose the best approach to roaming in a country. A Roaming Resources […]

According to Telegeography, te government of the Netherlands has published a new bill designed to better protect the nation’s telecoms infrastructure, by ensuring that any company or group looking to take control of the incumbent KPN Telecom (Royal KPN) or its networks first secures a ‘certificate of no objection’ from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

Amazon introduces music streaming service Prime Music – Telecompaper.

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