On 17th May 2019, the Italian Chapter and the InnoLawLab Laboratory of the European University of Rome organized a workshop entitled, ‘The Regulation of Communications in the Gigabit Society’. The workshop focused on the rollout of a major piece of implementation: the EU’s new telecoms regulation, the European Electronic Communications Code.
The meeting analyzed in depth the main topics of the Code, which aims to introduce a new dynamic into competition and investment in networks, paving the way for innovations such as 5G, but also expanding the scope of the telecom regulation to online communications; the implementation of which still poses a number of questions because of these major changes.
An impressive panel of speakers, comprising the National Regulatory Authority, Agcom, academics and key stakeholders’ senior representatives provided a deep insight of the major points related to the national implementation of the EEC Code.
Other related topics were also discussed, such as: universal service in the connected society; fixed/mobile regulation; the wholesale-only model; perspectives of 5G technology.
– Alberto Gambino, Prorettore Università Europea di Roma
– Augusto Preta, Presidente IIC Italia
– Emanuele Bilotti, Preside Corso di Laurea in Giurisprudenza Università Europea di Roma
Relazione: Antonio Nicita, Commissario AGCom e Professore di Diritto e mercati dei contenuti e servizi online Università Europea di Roma
Presiede: Antonio Nicita
Relazioni introduttive: Fabrizio Cugia, Studio Cugia, Cuomo e Associati; Erik Lambert, The Silver Lining Project
– Marilisa Cesaro, Vodafone
– Antongiulio Lombardi, Wind 3
– Luca Piccinelli, Huawei
Presiede: Valeria Falce, Jean Monnet Professor of EU Innovation Policy e Professore ordinario di diritto dell’economia, Università Europea di Roma
Relazioni introduttive: Raffaele Giarda, Baker & McKenzie; Francesco Graziadei, Università LUISS
– Francesco Castelli, TIM
– Francesco Nonno, Open Fiber
– Tiziana Talevi, Fastweb
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