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Ofcom announces beefed-up equivalence agreement

Ofcom’s new regulatory settlement with UK incumbent, BT, is in line with expectations but includes amendments which address concerns expressed by the company’s competitors.

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Standards setters too lax?

The intellectual property rights (IPR) policies of standards organisations have long been under scrutiny but have come under the media spotlight in recent weeks.

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European Commission sharpens teeth

It has been called an elaborate chess game between the European Commission and the German authorities and the prelude to the big battle on mobile call termination rates but is…

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Countdown to digital switchover begins

The European Commission (EC) is calling for a coordinated but flexible approach to digital switchover, which will make maximum use of the spectrum released after the analogue signal is turned…

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Interference: is your telly compliant?

Regulatory pressure to ensure that ADSL broadband did not cause interference may have been successful in ensuring peaceful co-existence with other services but the failure to address the flip side…

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What more can Europe do about spam?

The commercial sector is casting a critical eye over the EU’s anti-spam legislation, which has now been in force for more than 1000 days. Some new proposals are on the…

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What more can Europe do about spam?

The commercial sector is casting a critical eye over the EU’s anti-spam legislation, which has now been in force for more than 1000 days. Some new proposals are on the…

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