EU member states have to transpose the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) into national law by 21 December 2020.
We just published a new benchmark, which tracks their progress, including details on: current status; treatment of legislation in national parliaments; final adoption and entry into force.
Our benchmark shows that public consultations were launched in eight member states.
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07 April 20
Prominence and discoverability in Europe of audiovisual media services of general interest
New research by Cullen International shows that only two EU countries out of the fourteen studied are discussing the adoption of rules on ensuring the prominence of audiovisual media services of general interest.
07 April 20
COVID-19: privacy outlook in the Americas
Cullen International’s new research covers privacy-related policies and regulations applicable in the Americas in relation to the current health emergency, including any special measures introduced.
06 April 20
Data sharing by providers of electronic communications services with public authorities to fight COVID-19
New research by Cullen International looks at data sharing and data processing requirements imposed by European governments on electronic communication service (ECS) providers in 13 member states.