World Communications Regulation Report
What it is
World Communications Regulation Report provides news and analysis of international regulation of communications technologies (land-line phone, mobile, handhelds, or desktop computer) giving an insight into the latest legal developments relating to issues such as electronic signatures, data privacy, Internet governance, domain names, technological protection measures to prevent copying or file sharing, broadcasting – plus related legal issues such as Antitrust and law enforcement measures including wiretapping.
What it helps you to do
- Get analysis and commentary on issues emerging from the growing convergence of communications
- Monitor regulatory developments in communications regulation worldwide – and understand compliance implications
- Gain an insight into how key issues are being handled in different jurisdictions – for example: internet governance, domain names, defamation, liability, data protection, dispute resolution and copyright infringement
- Receive comprehensive coverage of domain name resolutions
Cut the time it takes to find text of new regulations, enforcement actions and other key legal documents
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