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Internet of Things

25.04.2024
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Internet of Things

A new paper on the Internet of Things, launched at the chapter meeting in Bahrain on 22 April 2024. Produced by the Digital Economy and Regulatory Modernization Committee, part of the IIC’s MENA chapter, it explores the key regulatory issues involved along with recommendations for actions needed to ensure that the benefits of the technology can be fully realised. The paper was written with the aim of stimulating dialogue, so do please take the opportunity to read it. It can be downloaded here, as always, we welcome any comments via our usual email address (enquiries@iicom.org), which we will pass on to the authors.

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Theme:
Content: innovation, regulation and markets, Infrastructure and Spectrum: 5G and next generation networks
Region:
Middle East & Africa
Chapter:
Middle East & North Africa
Series:
Specialist reports
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