Happened this October: ACER publishes its work programme 2014, The Economist says that Europe’s electricity providers are in trouble, the European Commission claims that there should be fewer telecoms markets in Europe, and we see how the world would look like if each country were as big as its amount of citizens with internet access.
Despite some severe criticism, the Council of the European Union green lit the ‘Connected Continent’ telecoms reform package in its meeting yesterday in Brussels.
We are happy to announce that our full SWOT analysis of the Framework Proposal is now available, containing an in-depth review of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the ‘Connected Continent’ proposal.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that a news website is responsible for its users’ defamatory comments. The judgement comes in the case of Delfi SA v. Estonia.