Portuguese ISPs given 40 days to comply with EU net neutrality rules
On 28 February 2018, Portuguese Telecom Regulator ANACOM issued a decision notice, which gives 40 working days for the three major Portuguese mobile Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to change their offers that are in breach of EU net neutrality and roaming rules.
Net Neutrality: BEREC misses opportunity to lead the way
In November 2015, the European Union adopted the Net Neutrality Regulation (2015/2120), which contained a number of compromises that needed clarification. The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) was given the task of developing implementation guidelines to ensure a consistent application of the Regulation throughout Europe and, in practice, settle the remaining ambiguities […]
Denmark allows massive retention of location data for mobile internet
On 24 May 2017, the Danish telecom regulator announced its decision concluding that the retention of location data for mobile internet usage is lawful. With the decision, the regulator allowed for massive data retention, which seriously undermines citizens’ right to privacy, since it means they can be tracked at all times and the data is […]