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IIC TMF in Brussels

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In March 2013, the IIC Telecommunications and Media Forum (TMF) in Brussels considered a range of legal and regulatory challenges for the European communications sector. After some opening remarks from Catherine Rutten (Member of the Council, Belgian Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications) calling for stakeholders to step out of their comfort zones and to give customer needs more attention, the Forum addressed the future of European telecoms regulation, spectrum allocation policy, principles of copyright protection in a single digital market, the ramifications of WCIT, and the impact of connected television.

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Vol 41, Issue 2
Issue Date:
September 2013

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