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Why the regulators might get OTT wrong?

Categories: Article

October 27, 2014

It is becoming increasingly popular for telecoms regulators to address the implications of OTT services for telecommunications and ICT policy and law. We often hear about changing communications landscapes that are likely to impact regulation of the telecommunications sector.

Latest Aphaia white paper: Data protection and privacy in the world of Big Data, an EU perspective

Categories: Latest from Aphaia

October 5, 2014

Don’t miss the latest title in Aphaia’s free white paper library, examining European privacy legislation as it applies to the world of Big Data.

Monthly roundup, October 2014: CaseForGreen, Hungarian Internet tax and Google’s privacy guidelines from the EU

Categories: Monthly Round Up

October 31, 2014

Regulatory case law, October 2014: on electricity price increases and telecoms users’ rights

Categories: Latest EU Regulatory Case Law

October 30, 2014

This past October the European Court of Justice among other ruled that consumers supplied with electricity and gas within the framework of a universal supply obligation must be informed with adequate notice before any price increase comes into effect. Read more in the detailed recap of ECJ October judgements below.

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