EC Proposal Seeks to “Unleash EU’s Data Economy”

“The EU is currently not making the most of its data potential”, finds the European Commission, which on 10 January 2017 revealed a proposal of legal and policy solutions to “unleash the EU’s data economy”.  INTUG is working on its Position for the EU’s Consultation.

INTUG Concerned About the Regulation for the Elimination of Roaming Charges in Europe

INTUG is concerned about potential loopholes in the European Commission’s implementation of the regulation to eliminate international roaming charges within the EU by mid-2017.

INTUG Signs Joint Letter on Non-discriminatory Access to Communications Networks and EU Trade Negotiations

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.

No ‘Safe Harbour’ for EU: What Does the CJEU Decision Mean?

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.

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 Disappointed by further Delay to Abolition of Roaming Charges

The European Council wants to delay plans already voted on by the European Parliament to abolish international roaming within the European Union with three years till 2018.

INTUG Chairs Session at IIR’s Annual Telecom Regulatory Forum

INTUG EVP Nick White chaired the afternoon session on Day 1 of the IIR Annual Regulatory Forum in London on April 29, and also took part in a panel debate on the Future Competitive landscape.

ENISA Pushes National Roaming Ideas

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.