Tag: Information Society

Tag: Information Society

Review of the EU regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services

I explored to what extent the new European Electronic Communications Code delivers on the promises of a Digital Single Market.

Regulatory case law, September 2015: atmospheric pollution and reimbursement of government licences

In September the ECJ ruled on refusal to grant reimbursement of telecoms licences and the limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds.

EU Data Protection Regulation: three years after

Three years after the EC proposed a new set of data protection rules this is what we can most likely expect.

Regulatory case law, December 2014: waste management, green electricity and dominant position in mobile telephony

In December 2014 the ECJ ruled on privacy in recording public spaces, dominant positions in telecoms, and green electricity.

Monthly Roundup, December 2014: climate talks in Peru and recycling electronics

A new climate agreement is reached in Lima, the EU Digital Agenda highlights its past year, and people are recycling their old electronics.

Monthly roundup, November 2014: Right to be Forgotten should apply worldwide and Net Neutrality should be protected

The EU wants worldwide Right to be Forgotten, and Obama is very busy with Net Neutrality and US-China climate agreement.

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

This October in the news: Hungary does not like the proposed Internet tax and Google gets privacy guidelines.

Why the regulators might get OTT wrong?

It is becoming increasingly popular for telecoms regulators to address the implications of OTT services.

Monthly roundup, August 2014: We never unplug, net neutrality in the US, Team Australia and EU telecoms in 2013

Revisit the US net neutrality debate, see Team Australia, and see if you are in the 43% that never unplug from technology.

(Un) Safe Harbor under Court of Justice of the European Union scrutiny

Does a national data protection authority have to blindly follow personal data transfers to the USA known as Safe Harbor?