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ITU defines OTT and issues policy and regulatory framework recommendation

The ITU has approved a recommendation addressing the relationship between network operators and providers of over the top (OTT) applications. It says recommendation ITU-T D.262 “provides parameters for the analysis of the new economic dynamics of the ICT ecosystem and how policy and regulatory frameworks could promote competition, consumer protection, consumer benefits, dynamic innovation, sustainable investment and infrastructure development, accessibility and affordability in relation to the global growth of OTTs”.

  • Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Copper switch off report issued by European fibre body

The FTTH Council Europe has released a new study on copper switch-off and transition to fibre. It analyses the different stages of copper switch-off in 10 European Union member states and identifies benefits as well as enablers, incentives, challenges and barriers to switching from copper to fibre networks.

  • Monday, 18 March 2019

ACMA releases Scam Technology Project Terms of Reference ACMA releases Scam Technology Project Terms of Reference

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) will, in consultation with key stakeholders, undertake a Scam Technology Project (the Project) to explore practical technological solutions to address the proliferation of scams over Australian telecommunications networks.

  • Wednesday, 10 April 2019

IIC Canadian Chapter Annual Conference rescheduled for early 2020

The Canadian Chapter has recently decided to reschedule its traditional fall annual conference, which had been scheduled for October 1 and 2nd. Recognizing that this date was close to the 50th Annual IIC conference in London, the Canadian chapter decided to reschedule the conference until early in 2020.

  • Sunday, 07 April 2019

Digital rights and fake news laws passed in Russia Digital rights and fake news laws passed in Russia

Russian lawmakers have established “digital rights” in domestic law as the basis for the digital economy, and have also introduced a package of bills to tackle fake news, reports the Global Legal Post.

  • Monday, 18 March 2019

BBC director-general calls for updated regulation BBC director-general calls for updated regulation

BBC director-general Tony Hall has called for streamers and broadcasters to face the same regulation and highlighted what he says is the greater reach of the “pubcaster” compared with online rivals like Netflix, C21Media reports.

  • Monday, 18 March 2019

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