A joint letter to European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström was sent by INTUG, VATM (Verband der Anbieter von Telekommunikations -und Mehrwertdiensten) and CCIA Europe (Computer & Communications Industry Association) on 16 November.
Thanks to our excellent relationship with law firm Allen & Overy, we are very pleased to provide you with this overview of the key recent finding by the EU Court of Justice regarding the Safe Harbour for data coming from Europe.
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) has proposed that mobile phones be able to use alternative networks – from competing operators – within their country of residence to enhance the resilience of mobile networks.
After Thursday’s European Council meeting, INTUG issued the following statement: INTUG supports the timely adoption of the ‘Connected Continent’ package and champions the Council’s call on the legislators to exam it in-depth.
Today INTUG published its position on the economic and social benefits of providing business users with a single market for telecommunications and sent a accompanying letter to President Barroso and Vice President Kroes of the European Commission.
Last week INTUG sent an open letter to EC Vice President Kroes, the EU Mission in Washington DC and the US Trade Representative, regarding disparities between regulations for non-discriminatory access to communications services on both sides of the Atlantic.
In view of the implementation of the new decoupling rules on public mobile communications networks within the EU, which should bring more competition to the international roaming market after July 2014, INTUG was asked to summarize the end user requirements for corporate customers.