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Obligated to implement the new EU telecoms rules as part of the Brexit transitional arrangement, the UK Government recently published legislation transposing the requirements of the European Electronic Communications ...
In its bid to achieve EU "digital sovereignty", the European Commission is due to come forward as early as 11 November with a European Data Governance Act to boost the region's use of business and public data. By means ...
Discussions on game-changing rules for online intermediaries and platforms are currently underway in the European Parliament. Negotiations on the Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act are expected to result in a ...
Bird & Bird, together with consultancy firm Ecorys, has produced a study on behalf of the European Commission on "The implementation of the open internet provisions of the Telecoms Single Market Regulation".
The UK communications regulator, Ofcom published on 18 March 2021 its final decision in the Wholesale Fixed Telecoms Market Review (“WFTMR”). This sets out the regulatory landscape covering residential and business ...
With the further Brexit delay beyond the scheduled departure date of 31 October 2019, the general election in the UK on 12 December has raised yet more questions about the nature of the UK's departure from the EU.
In a bold move that aims to bring together the world of business and digital policy making, President Emmanuel Macron of France has proposed Thierry Breton, CEO of the French multinational information technology company ...
Competitive Edge: Competition & EU law news - June 2019
Implementation of the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) has taken a step forward in Sweden, with the publication on 4 September of a memorandum by the Swedish Government.
Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager put under pressure to come up with an action plan to review the EU competition rules. Though, it remains unclear how far she is willing to go.