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Brussels 2015

Brussels 2015

Tuesday 17 - Wednesday 18 March 2015
Kindly hosted by the Belgian Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications (BIPT)

The policy and regulatory roadmap for the Europe and beyond ...

Bringing together representatives from the European Commission, the European Parliament, other regulatory bodies from across the globe and leading industry players, the IIC Brussels Telecommunications and Media Forum discussed how plans for the Digital Single Market were evolving and how the policy roadmap was being developed, and the impact on businesses operating in an increasingly-global ecosystem.


KEY DISCUSSION THEMES

Cloud, M2M and the data economy, what implications for policy and regulation?

Cloud, M2M and the data economy, what implications for policy and regulation?

What policy and regulatory strategies are needed across Europe to drive roll-out, manage security risks and build trust?

Investment and financing of national broadband plans & universal service

How Europe might reach it's broadband targets?

HOW EUROPE MIGHT REACH ITSBROADBAND TARGETS

Balancing investment predictability, competition and consumer choice to get every European digital, “wherever they are and whatever their circumstances”

Is OTT regulation over the top?

is ott regulation over the top

Reconciling audience demand for ubiquitous access to content with audience protection, equal conditions for platform and content providers, cultural and linguistic diversity, and presence and visibility of European works


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