ECTA's 14th Annual Regulatory Conference

Date

02 Dec 2013 23:00 to 04 Dec 2013 23:00

Address

Le Chatelain Hotel
  Brussels
Belgium

Event Type

M - Seminar, presentation

Organiser type

Federations / Associations

Section

InfoSociety
Innovation & Enterprise

Event Location

Brussels

Event Description

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE:

  • Net neutrality: the right to access the free and open Internet from end users’ perspective
  • Business perspectives along the Internet value chain. The relationship between network operators and online content, application and service providers, costs and charging models, freedom to provide specialised services.
  • Data protection: what impact will a new framework have on citizens, industry and governments?
  • Fixed competition models: is two enough for Europe?
  • To dig or nor to dig? Business cases and investment models in the fixed market
  • Regulation, investments and innovation: what correlation?
  • The review of relevant markets: which are the key technological and market trends?
  • Spectrum harmonisation in the single market. What would be the benefits and drawbacks of deeper harmonisation? Who should have the ultimate power to decide on spectrum assignments?
  • Roaming: decoupling, roam like home and roaming alliances. What to implement and when?

 

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PARTICIPANTS:
ECTA's annual Regulatory Conference is considered to be one of the pre-eminent regulatory and competition events for the European telecoms sector.  It is typically attended by 350+ representatives from Europe's policy making institutions - European Commission, European Parliament and Government Ministries plus senior representatives from National Regulatory and Competition Authorities.  The event provides one of the most important policy-debating forums in Europe for senior executives, finance and strategy directors, legal, regulatory, public affairs and competition specialists from European, US and Asia-Pac telecoms operators and suppliers as well as lawfirms, consultancies and financial institutions.

 

 

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