Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Events about Telecoms rules

From 18/11/2014 to 20/11/2014
Brussels, Belgium
As key institutional changes take place at EU level and digital issues rank high in the European Commission’s agenda, a stock taking exercise on the achievements of the EU pro-competitive model will soon begin. Read more
Charlemagne building, rue de la Loi 170, Brussels, Belgium
Interested parties, such as representatives of network operators, service providers, users, consumers, manufacturers, trade unions, third countries and international organisations, are invited to a short debriefing session following the Communications Committee (COCOM) meeting on Tuesday 23 September 2014. Read more
From 03/12/2013 to 05/12/2013
Brussels, Belgium
As the European co-legislators are considering the proposal of the European Commission concerning the Single Market in telecoms, the European Competitive Telecommunications Association’s annual conference will explore some of the key assumptions and elements of the proposal as well as the most important business and regulatory trends in the European telecommunications market.  In a series of keynote speeches and panels, high-level policy makers and industry leaders will debate key policy questions related to net-neutrality, data protection, media convergence, competition and business models in the fixed market, the correlation between regulation, investments and innovation, the review of relevant markets, the state of the sector, market structure and the question of consolidation as well as spectrum harmonisation and roaming. Read more
Brussels, Belgium
Neelie KROES, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Digital Agenda, will hold a press conference at 12.30 today on the “Connected Continent” legislative package. The press conference can be followed through EBS TV online. Read more
From 03/07/2013 to 05/07/2013
Warsaw, Poland

The Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR) brings together heads of national telecom/ICT regulatory authorities from around the world and has earned a reputation as the global annual venue for regulators to share their views and experiences on the most pressing regulatory issues they have identified.
GSR also fosters a dynamic Global Industry‑Regulators Dialogue (GRID), between regulators, policy makers, industry leaders and other key ICT stakeholders.

This year’s GSR edition is dedicated to the “4th Generation regulation: driving digital communications ahead”. There are several interesting topics on the agenda: digital dividend, infrastructure investments, universal service funds or broadband interconnection charges. Both GSR and GRID are organised under the auspices of the International Telecommunication Union.

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European Commission, CHARLEMAGNE Building (Alcide de Gasperi Room), rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 170, Brussels

Europe lacks a genuine single market for electronic communications. The Union is fragmented into distinct national markets and as a result Europe is losing out on a major source of potential growth.

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Brussels, Belgium
This event will gather up to 200 high-level delegates from industry, EU institutions, regulators, academics and investors to discuss important regulatory issues concerning the EU. Two panels of experts will debate with delegates about the forthcoming review of the recommendation of relevant markets, and the long-term prospects for regulation in Europe in line with market and technological changes. Read more