INTUG welcomes Kroes’ decision on revised Relevant Markets

INTUG has welcomed Neelie Kroes’ well-balanced decision on the revised Relevant Markets list, noting in particular the inclusion of the new Market 4 designed for high quality business services, which INTUG has argued strongly for in its representations.

Neelie Kroes Responds to INTUG’s Letter on Apple’s Restrictive Practices

EC Vice President Neelie Kroes has responded to the letter sent by INTUG on 25 February 2014 regarding Apple’s restrictive practices on 4G networks.

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.

INTUG Weighs in on Apple’s Restrictive Practices on 4G Networks

INTUG has sent a letter and a short report to EC Vice President Neelie Kroes and EC Commissioner Joaquín Almunia outlining INTUG’s ongoing concerns regarding Apple’s restrictive practices on 4G networks.

INTUG Goes to European Parliament Hearing

INTUG and BELTUG took part in a 4 December hearing on the single market for communications at the European Parliament, with INTUG Chairman and BELTUG General Manager Danielle Jacobs sitting on the panel addressing “Consumer and other end-users’ rights”.

Neelie Kroes Replies to INTUG’s Letter on Single Market Plans

EC Vice President Neelie Kroes replied to the letter INTUG sent to the commission in September.

TTIP: Are Telecom, Media and Internet Dominating the Agenda?

INTUG Executive Vice President Nick White participated in an International Institute of Communications (IIC) event in London on Tuesday 8 July, which was organized to exchange views on the latest EU/US Trade negotiations.

Business Needs Taken Seriously at EC’s Info Session

Last week a public information session organized by the European Commission’s Directorate General Connect on the telecommunications market signaled that there is growing attention for the specific needs of businesses in a European single market.

EC Accelerates Single Telecoms Market Plans

The European Commission is speeding up its proposals for new single telecoms market regulations. The EC will probably present its plans by June rather than the earlier announced target date of October.

INTUG Sends Open Letter to 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.