Monthly Archives: November 2014

Europe – Google told to extend ‘right to be forgotten’ worldwide – Telecompaper

Google told to extend 'right to be forgotten' worldwide – Telecompaper. According to Telecompaper, EU data protection and privacy regulators told Google to extend its implementation of the ‘right to be forgotten’ across global search. Removing the links only on national domains would not meet the requirements.

Poland : The President of UKE presents the implementation status of the Strategy for 2012-2015

The President of UKE presents the implementation status of the Strategy for 2012-2015. Swift deployment of fixed-line and mobile broadband access, digital switchover and protection of consumers, including more than PLN 1.8 million recovered for their benefit – the President of UKE presents up-to-date effects of the Strategy implementation.

Brazil : operators refute ITU findings on high mobile prices

Brazil operators refute ITU findings on high mobile prices – Telecompaper. According to Telecompaper, Brazil is refuting the finding of a survey making it one of the countries with the highest per-minute cost of mobile calls. According to a survey by the ITU, the cost of a one-minute mobile call in peak hours and on-net […]

Net Neutrality: President Obama’s Plan for a Free and Open Internet | The White House

Net Neutrality: President Obama's Plan for a Free and Open Internet | The White House. President Obama called for the “strongest possible” net-neutrality regulations to ensure that all Internet traffic is treated equally.

Canada – Changing your Service Provider

Changing your Service Provider. To take advantage of a dynamic marketplace for telecommunications and broadcasting services, Canadians must be able to easily switch service providers. A few years ago, the CRTC ensured that consumers could switch service providers by making a single call, making the new provider responsible for notifying the existing provider of the […]