Since the last edition of the book was published, there have been a number of important developments in the telecommunications industry. Telecommunications Law and Regulation takes these changes into account, including an examination of the EU New Regulatory Framework, as well as the establishment of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC). There are also new chapters on spectrum management (radio frequencies), and consumer protection rules. The access and interconnection chapter addresses the issues surrounding the high capacity broadband widely provided by Next Generation Networks.The chapter on licensing and authorisation has been refocused to reflect the increasing regulatory focus on the mobile sector. The chapter on regulating content has also been significantly restructured and revised to reflect the changes in how we consume content. Written by leading experts, it is essential reading for legal practitioners and academics involved in the telecommunications industry.(such as the Direct Marketing Associationa#39;s email preference service). ... The Article29Working Party haspublished guidance (seeSection126.96.36.199) which asserts thatageneral email requesting ... Firstly, aservice providermustnotify theICOofapersonal databreach a#39;without undue delaya#39; (2011 Regulations, regulation 5A(2)).
|Title||:||Telecommunications Law and Regulation|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2012-09-13|