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Workshop: Internet Connectivity and Net Neutrality in Island Nations

Invitation-only meeting for Island nation regulators

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8 OCTOBER 2017
THE HOTEL, BRUSSELS
15:00-17:00

 

Regulators from Island Nations have to contend with particular issues within their communications sectors and what is striking is the commonality of the challenges faced, regardless of geography.

This meeting was a unique opportunity for regulators from Island Nations to come together to share perspectives and insights and engage in meaningful exchanges under the Chatham House Rule on these subjects, so relevant to the decisions you must make for the development of both industry and your societies.

It took as its focal point policy making for internet connectivity in Island Nations with an emphasis on net neutrality and competition in small vs large jurisdictions. With his highly relevant background in both European and Caribbean Island Nations, we were honoured to have Philip Micallef, Former Chief Executive of the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda and former Executive Chairman of Malta Communications Authority, address these issues, with plenty of time for further moderated discussion.

For more information contact, Andrea Millwood Hargrave - email: a.millwood-hargrave [at] iicom.org


Speakers

Alee Fa'amoe

Alee Fa'amoe

Deputy CEO & Executive Director ICT, OfReg, Cayman Islands

Philip Micallef

Philip Micallef

Former Chief Executive of the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda and former Executive Chairman of Malta Communications Authority

 

Download Philip Micallef's Presentation


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