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Special update: Privacy and drones

Categories: Guest Blogger

March 18, 2015

Civilian use of drones has been increasing greatly in recent years. Now, the use is spreading from pure personal use of hobbyists into the world of customer service and security.

From the legal perspective, there is not much data protection guidance on the use of drones on the EU level yet. When it comes to data protection issue of drones, an analogy with the use of CCTV cameras is often made.

Broadband and privacy in February 2015: from US support of Net Neutrality to use of drones in customer service

Categories: Latest from Aphaia

January 31, 2015

Developments in NGA, OTT and IPTV competition, investment and ‘net neutrality’ policies, as well as personal data protection in the world of Big Data, IoT and the Cloud.

Where open NGA policies meet net neutrality and OTT

Categories: Article

January 30, 2015

For someone who is used to the EU telecoms policies that have been going around in circles discussing how far to open and regulate incumbent operators’ last mile in order not to stifle their investment in fibre to the home and other FTTx solutions, the US discussion that closely links the issue of broadband competition with the notion of net neutrality seems rather unusual.

Monetising Big Data in Telecoms Singapore World Summit 2015

Categories: Latest from Aphaia

November 25, 2014

Monetizing Big Data in Telecoms World Summit, taking place on 20-21 April 2015 in Singapore draws together highly-regarded expert speakers from across the ecosystem of telecommunications industry and big data analytics solutions providers to present to you the latest key issues in monetising internal and external big data.

Monthly roundup, March 2015: privacy in voice-recording dolls and a truly united EU digital market

Categories: Monthly Round Up

April 1, 2015

Regulatory case law, February 2015: gas emission allowances and exploratory drilling for natural gas

Categories: Latest EU Regulatory Case Law

March 4, 2015

In February the European Court of Justice ruled on gas emission allowances, exploratory drilling for natural gas and petroleum, and the financing of the pensions of civil servants working for France Télécom.