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Cracking the code: government consultation on reforming the Electronic Communications Code *

United Kingdom - March 6 2015
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport ("DCMS") has published a consultation calling for views on its proposed reform of the Electronic…

Co-authors: Miriam Everett , Amanda Hale.


Communications and Media e-bulletin *

European Union, United Kingdom - March 2 2015
Ofcom has announced its decision to allow a new wireless technology access to the unused parts of the radio spectrum in the 470 to 790 MHz frequency…

Co-authors: Miriam Everett , Amanda Hale.


Communications and media e-bulletin - December 2014 *

United Kingdom - December 1 2014
Ofcom has announced plans to: (a) conduct an auction of 190MHz of radio spectrum being transferred from Ministry of Defence to civilian use; and (b)…

Co-authors: Miriam Everett , Amanda Hale.


Communications & Media e-bulletin September 2014 *

European Union, United Kingdom - September 30 2014
A High Level Group on future use of the UHF band (470-790 MHz) has reported back to the European Commission. After the group failed to reach…

Co-authors: Miriam Everett , Amanda Hale.


Communications & media e-bulletin *

European Union, United Kingdom - August 19 2014
In the wake of the European ruling on the Data Retention Directive in April this year, the UK Government has passed emergency Data Retention and…

Co-authors: Miriam Everett , Amanda Hale.


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