Tag Archives: regulation
Google panel says 'right to be forgotten' should be EU only – Telecompaper.
CRTC continues to set the course for the future of television with Let's Talk TV decisions. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today issued two decisions related to some of the issues addressed in Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation with Canadians, as well as a decision relating to the future of mobile television content. […]
France : The European Commission approves ARCEP’s draft decision regulating fixed and mobile termination markets, but questions the regulation on SMS termination markets
The European Commission approves ARCEP’s draft decision regulating fixed and mobile termination markets, but questions the regulation on SMS termination markets. On 28 November 2014, the European Commission approved ARCEP’s draft decision regulating the markets for fixed voice call termination and mobile voice call termination from 2014 to 2017, and requested additional justifications on SMS […]
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.
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.
Spanish senate approves Intellectual Property Law reform – Telecompaper. According to Telecompaper, the senate has given the green light to the reform of the Intellectual Property Law. The reform aims to curb internet piracy with rapid processes to shut down offending sites and also contains the so-called ‘Google tax’.
New regulations concerning wholesale broadband Internet access services in Poland. The President of the Office of Electronic Communications has introduced new regulations concerning wholesale broadband Internet access services in Poland. Both consumers and operators will benefit from the decision, which should lead to the investment increase and strengthen competitiveness.