This month in the news:
- The EU will set out reforms for a pan-European telecommunications market this year to support competition and investment in the sector.
- Read the European Code of Best Practices for Women in ICT.
- Report on pluralism and freedom of the media in Europe published: “The main responsibility for maintaining media freedom and pluralism lies with the Member States. However, the European Union also has an important role to play.”
- Brussels is taking action against 17 EU states with a consistent record of poor air quality, starting by asking Bulgaria, Latvia and Slovenia to urgently address the issue.
- Did you know? It is now illegal in the United States to unlock a carrier-subsidized phone for use on another network.
- Coming soon: a “browser-based reporting mechanism [that] could be developed to allow end users to report terrorist use of the Internet”?
- UK mobile users hoard their old phones to the tune of £6.86 billion.
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