The Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation (ILR) is in charge of ensuring and supervising the proper functioning of the markets by enabling effective and continued competition while guaranteeing a basic universal service, all in the interest of the consumer. In this context, being an independent authority, ILR is responsible for managing and coordinating the spectrum of radio frequencies, providing regulation of electronic communications networks and services, transport and distribution of electrical energy and natural gas, postal services, rail transport services and airport charges, as well as being the authority in charge of network and information systems security.
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