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On 29 October 2019, our team held a webinar to discuss the European Electronic Communications Code and how to respond to the draft BEREC guidelines. Topics discussed were: The Network Termination Point, Geographical ...
The European Commission is expected to unveil this week its first piece of legislation aimed at tackling child sexual abuse online. Announced on 24 July in the Commission Communication "EU strategy for a more effective ...
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The Netherlands is running a consultation until 9 September 2019 on the national transposition of the Electronic Communications Code
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The second element of the EU Digital Services Package published at the end of 2020 is the proposed Digital Markets Act (DMA) which will seek to establish an ex ante framework to govern “Gatekeeper” digital platforms.
At the beginning of January, the UK Communications Regulator (Ofcom) set out a series of measures to support the UK Government's efforts to deliver world-class digital infrastructure and promote investment in fibre ...
The European Commission recently published a draft revised Recommendation on the relevant telecoms markets that may be subject to ex ante regulation. In line with the Commission’s obligation to review the current ...
New binding rules to tackle illegal content online, stricter rules for targeted advertising and an EU body with the ability to impose fines are just some of the demands of Members of the European Parliament for the ...
Launching a new European Data Strategy that comprises a series of proposals designed to boost the EU data economy is set to be a priority work stream for the von der Leyen Commission over the coming year.