INTUG Addresses Barriers to International Business Apps at EP Event

Nick White, Executive Vice President of INTUG, spoke at a dinner at the European Parliament, organized by “Make the Net work”, on April 15.

INTUG Writes MEPs in Regard to Net Neutrality, Business Services

A new European Parliament, to be elected in May, will have a final say on the European Telecoms Package, which contains groundbreaking rules on net neutrality and the single digital market. There are however two concerns for business users. Therefore INTUG wrote the following to MEPs:

European Parliament Votes for Network & Information Security Directive

Yesterday the European Parliament voted for the Network and Information Security (NIS) directive on cyber security with an overwhelming majority.

EU Reaches Preliminary Deal on Roaming Solutions

MEPs and representatives of the Council and the European Commission have reached a preliminary deal on new EU Roaming rules, following the commission’s proposal from last year.

EU Parliament Pushes for Keeping ‘Open Internet’

Yesterday the European Parliament (EP) adopted a clear-cut position on net neutrality, giving the priority to maintaining an open Internet for all rather than increasing its use for commercial purposes.

Kroes Urges EU Members to Take Measures on Mobile Satellite Services

European Commission Vice President for the Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes has issued an urgent call to 21 EU countries to rapidly introduce all the legislative measures necessary to allow the pan-EU deployment of mobile satellite services that could be used for high speed internet, mobile television and radio or emergency communications.

European Parliament Agrees to Telecoms Package

The European Parliament (EP) yesterday approved a major overhaul of EU telecoms rules, which will strengthen the rights of phone users and internet users and boost competition among telecom operators, according to the EP.