Monthly Archives: August 2014

WEF unveils Internet governance initiative

The World Economic Forum unveiled a project on Thursday aimed at connecting governments, businesses, academia, technicians and civil society worldwide to brainstorm the best ways to govern the Internet.   Advertisements

France – ARCEP exercises its power to settle disputes on issues relating, on the one hand, to the wholesale value-added services market and, on the other, to FttH network access

ARCEP provides clarification on the wholesale value-added services market’s operation (1), in two dispute settlement decisions.

Canada – CRTC continuing its efforts to promote fair and sustainable competition

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that it is prohibiting exclusivity provisions in roaming agreements between Canadian wireless service providers to further enhance sustainable competition in the wireless market. In December 2013, the CRTC initiated a formal public proceeding to examine whether certain wireless service providers were subjecting smaller Canadian competitors to […]

Canada – CRTC challenges communications industry to address paper bill fees

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that it will host a meeting with telecommunications and broadcasting distribution companies to discuss the practice of charging additional fees to customers who wish to receive paper bills. The CRTC also released the results of its fact-finding exercise on these practices. Based on information obtained by […]

Rwanda – analogue TV switch-off

Bermuda – Bermuda Regulatory Authority consults on BTC sale

Bermuda’s telecommunications regulator is seeking comment from all interested parties, concerning the possible repercussions of the takeover of Bermuda Telephone Company by Barrie OpCo Ltd.

Alternative means of allocating telecommunications spectra | Bangkok Post: business

Alternative means of allocating telecommunications spectra | Bangkok Post: business.