Mexico: America Movil challenges telecom ruling According to Reuters, Carlos Slim’s phone and Internet giant, America Movil, has challenged a ruling by Mexico’s new telecommunications regulator that says the company dominates its market.
UN officials applaud United States intent to transition oversight of key web domains United Nations officials have welcomed the recent announcement the United States plans to transition key oversight of domain names and other aspects of the Internet’s architecture to the global community, as a major step towards the multilateral Internet governance that the UN […]
UN telecom agency launches study to assess status of cybersecurity worldwide The United Nations International Telecommunications Union (ITU) launched today a unique initiative to measure the levels of cybersecurity in countries, underlining the agency’s commitment to building Internet safety capacity at the national level, particularly in developing countries. The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) will be spearheaded by […]
According to Reuters, Brazil’s lower chamber of Congress approved legislation aimed at guaranteeing equal access to the Internet and protecting the privacy of its users. See Press Release
Europe give up anti-dumping investigation against China EU not to pursue the anti-dumping investigation against mobile telecommunications networks from China The European Commission has today revised its decision in principle of 15 May 2013 to open an ex officio anti-dumping and an anti-subsidy investigation concerning imports of mobile telecommunications networks and their essential elements from […]