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  • Themes

IIC Themes

IIC discussions coalesce around six key themes. Within these themes you will find a rich collection of talks, articles, reports and other useful resources that explore the themes of Governance, Innovation, Competition, Content, Privacy and Spectrum.

As well as themes the IIC also creates a regional focus looking at four major geographies of Europe, Middle East and Africa, Americas and the Asia Pacific region.


Innovation & Investment

Innovation & Investment

IIC members discuss sustainable investment models, public private partnerships, progress with broadband plans and multi-sector, intelligent coordination.

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Governance

Governance

The sharing economy, Internet Governance, children's digital rights, net neutrality and content regulation are examples of core governance issues explored in-depth.

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Content Futures

Content Futures

The rise of content and media intermediaries as digital gate-keepers raises major policy and regulation concerns.

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Competition Policy

Competition Policy

Where are the modern monopolies? Does the communications regulator have a role in regulating them?

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Spectrum

Spectrum

There is a growing acknowledgement that traditional spectrum policy of direct and specific allocation may not be not the right way to deal with inevitable increased demand.

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Privacy, Safety, Security

Privacy, Safety, Security

Exploring respect for privacy and protection of personal data whilst enabling government authorities to protect national security interests.

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We will give you a monthly round up of up-coming events, where we’ve been as well as interviews and selected articles from InterMedia.

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