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Brussels 2014

Brussels 2014

Tuesday 11 - Wednesday 12 March 2014
Kindly hosted by the Belgian Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications (BIPT)


KEY discussion THEMES

A new telecom/media policy agenda for the EC: suggestions for the new Commission in an Election Year
A new telecom/media policy agenda for the EC: suggestions for the new Commission in an Election Year

Connected Continent /Telecom Single Market Package: debating the incremental positives & negatives
Connected Continent /Telecom Single Market Package: debating the incremental positives & negatives

Preparing for the 2014 Internet Governance debates – before the 2014 conference carousel starts in earnest, what do you need to know
Preparing for the 2014 Internet Governance debates – before the 2014 conference carousel starts in earnest, what do you need to know

Privacy, security and trust - how are regulators and policy makers responding to and managing expectations for data collection versus data use?
Privacy, security and trust - how are regulators and policy makers responding to and managing expectations for data collection versus data use?

What is the optimal level of competition in national markets?
What is the optimal level of competition in national markets?

“Content is like water – it will always find its way to consumers”. Access and investment incentives for premium content & applications, as well as for networks
“Content is like water – it will always find its way to consumers”. Access and investment incentives for premium content & applications, as well as for networks


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