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"Old Gummy", the friendly watchdog that is the Federal Trade Commission, has agreed to let Facebook into WhatsApp's chicken coop. But with a stern and terrifying caveat: if it sees feather's flying, it'll wag it's tail, roll over and play dead. Be afraid, be very afraid. By Martyn Warwick. (0)
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The chairman of the US Federal Communications Commission sought to reassure national broadcasters that they were not being cast aside in favour of wireless and broadband companies, and that the broadcast industry still has a significant role to play. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Broadcasters are not getting the respect they deserve, says the CEO of their trade association, with too much attention focused on the wireless companies who “milk, bilk and bill by the bit”. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Four new studies show that European consumers suffer from geographic lottery for broadband, and receive just 75 per cent of the advertised speeds. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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After all the revelations about the apparently insatiable and ungovernable surveillance appetites and excesses of the NSA and its ilk, it is refreshing to be able to report that another US government agency is also pushing for American telcos to collect and archive personal information about American citizens - but, apparently and on this occasion at least, for rather more benign purposes. By Martyn Warwick. (0)
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The FCC receives proposals from the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to increase dynamic access to unused radio frequencies. It’s White Space, rebranded. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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The UK ranks highly in mobile and fixed broadband coverage and take-up, when compared with the leading European countries, according to the regulator Ofcom. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Sharing is good, isn’t it? Not when it's spectrum, apparently, says the GSMA, which has just published a study on the alleged benefits of Licensed Shared Access. But does everyone agree with the conclusions? Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Endless appeals and delays are now part and parcel of the UK telecoms regulatory scene as telcos use due process to gum up the wheels on everything they don’t like, claim public interest groups (and the regulator himself). It must be time to kick out the lawyers. I.D. Scales reports. (0)
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As UK telco BT launches a new generation of DECT handset, one that could well prove to be useful for a change, the question remains that in our mobile-centric lives, who really needs a home phone? Guy Daniels reports. (1)
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In France, Free Mobile, the grubby and common 'sans culottes' that has kicked the stuffing out of what used to be a stifled market continues to propel its sabots into the establishment's derriere. Now it is having another pop at the incumbents by offering a leasing regime for expensive smart phones. Orange and Bouygues will really hate such lèse-majesté, as Martyn Warwick reports. (1)
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Cesar Alierta the CEO of Telefonica of Spain has resigned from the board of Telecom Italia with immediate effect. One might well ask what he was doing on it in the first place. Read on - as Martyn Warwick tells a convoluted tale. (0)
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The British government, embarrassed and on the defensive over the massive price hikes imposed by the country's gas and electricity utilitiies, but apparently unwilling or unable to do anything about it, is instead pressuring telcos to cut consumer bills. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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UK regulator Ofcom has warned Vodafone that it has failed to meet its 3G network obligations. Other telcos need to take heed. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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UK media regulator Ofcom this week announced that it will collaborate with regulators in North America to tackle the problem of phone number ‘spoofing’. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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