The European Commission has published its inaugural list of non-EU websites and firms that they deem responsible for piracy and counterfeiting abuse of European products, including films and music.
The broadband cable industry signalled its commitment to deliver on the goals of a gigabit society.
The Council of EU telecom ministers has given its formal approval to the new European Electronic Communications Code and associated Berec regulation.
Tele2 has said it notes the media speculation about the merger between Tele2 and T-Mobile in the Netherlands, and confirms that Tele2 remains optimistic the European Commissionwill approve the Dutch merger, without conditions.
Turner Broadcasting System Deutschland has applied for six broadcast licences for international TV channels at Bavarian media authority BLM.
It’s emerged the Irish media regulator has received its first licence application from a UK-based broadcaster seeking to maintain distribution after Brexit.
The Belgian competition agency will examine Telenet’s bid for publisher De Vijver Media because of the potential impact of the deal on the local market, the European Commission said.
The Singapore High Court has ordered Singapore’s internet service providers to block access to popular illegal applications that are frequently sold pre-loaded on Android TV boxes.
The Administrative Court of Cologne has confirmed the decision by the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) that some aspects of Deutsche Telekom’s zero-rating service StreamOn violate roaming and net neutrality laws and are therefore inadmissible.
Deutsche Telekom has not proposed remedies to the European Commission to relieve its competition concerns over the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Tele2 Netherlands.