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Cable Europe urges Net Neutrality guideline caution

Cable Europe, the Association representing broadband cable operators, has urged caution in the use of the BEREC guidelines, designed to give National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) direction in implementing the Net…

CCIA offers FCC STB solution

US trade group the Computer & Communications Industry Association has submitted a white paper to the FCC that offers a way to bridge the gap between the FCC’s plan to…

Sea Launch dispute ‘solved’

Russia’s S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corp (RSC Energia) and the US aerospace giant Boeing reached an agreement to solve their dispute over the Sea Launch rocket project, Energia’s General…

T-Mobile deal may breach US net neutrality

T-Mobile deal may breach US net neutrality

T-Mobile’s ‘unlimited’ data plan may breach US net neutrality rules, campaigners have said. The firm claims it offers “unlimited access to the mobile internet”, but it charges extra for some…

8 Egyptian anchors ‘overweight’

According to the NYT, Safaa Hegazy, the director of state-run Egyptian radio and television, barred eight anchorwomen from appearing on the air for a month, saying they were overweight. Hegazy…

ASA: Currys 4K Euro 2016 advert ‘misleading’

Currys PC World has been reprimanded for misleading adverts for 4K TVs by the Advertising Standards Autohority (ASA). The UK’s advertising watchdog upheld a complaint that the electronics chain had…

BBC admits “statistical errors”

BBC admits “statistical errors”

A major report from the BBC Trust, its supervisory body, admits that the broadcaster does not handle statistical claims anything like well enough. The report was highlighted by the “Our…

Egypt slams 16 channels for ad breaches

Egypt’s Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) has reported 16 satellite channels to the nation’s police and prosecution authorities over alleged false advertising. In the main the channels carry – and depend…

Indian satellite boss in police investigation

The whole Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scandal, in which the operator of India’s satellite fleet was penalised in May by an International Court of Arbitration to the tune of…

CMA warns celebrities over social media endorsements

A number of celebrities have been warned about endorsing products on social media sites such as YouTube and Twitter without declaring they had been paid to do so, the UK…

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