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How do we close the gap

04.01.2020
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How do we close the gap

This essay advances three methods for closing the
“gap” between the pace of technological change and regulation of the telecommunications and media sector: 1. Tech-neutral policies, considering a new type of policy- making; 2. Consumer focus, becoming more focused on the consumer; and 3. Regional cooperation. It considers the creation of high-level regional policies to address similar issues, and emphasises that each jurisdiction has to decide if it is ready and willing to collaborate.

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