The most fundamental objectives of the EU Digital Agenda – robust competition, removal of impediments to cross-border commerce throughout the single market, stimulation of new infrastructure investment and high-tech innovation – are not controversial. Yet seemingly intractable controversy persists around any current consensus for how best to realise these overarching objectives. A specific vision of the intended result remains clouded by widespread confusion. How did we get here?Download
Telecoms lawyer david cantor gives his views on where European regulation should move to meet the digital agenda
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