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 Represented by Australia Member at APECTEL Meeting

Teresa Corbin represented INTUG at the 54th APECTEL meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, held in Japan, 31 Oct-4 Nov 2016. How to support free flow of data, next generation broadcasting, CA (conformity assessments) and MRA (mutual recognition agreements), were all on the workshop agenda.

“We Need to be Connected”: European Commission Proposes Ambitious Overhaul of EU Telecom Rules

The European Commission has proposed an overhaul of EU telecom rules, with new initiatives to meet Europeans’ growing connectivity needs and boost Europe’s competitiveness. These proposals are intended to encourage investment in very high-capacity networks and accelerate public access to Wi-Fi for Europeans.

Free Flow of Data: INTUG Signs Joint Industry Letter + VP Ansip Weighs in During Speech

“Removing existing data localization rules would bring the EU’s economy an estimated EUR 8 billion of additional economic activity annually. Preventing unjustified data localization would save the EU economy EUR 52 billion per year”. These are just a few of the arguments laid out in a letter signed by INTUG and many other industry associations, […]