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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
EU Electronic Communications Law: Competition & Regulation in the European Telecommunications Market 2nd ed isbn 9780199601868

EU Electronic Communications Law

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Paul L. NihoulJean Monnet Professor of Law, European Information Society, University of Louvain, Belgium, Peter B. RodfordHead of Unit, DG Information Society, European Commission, Belgium

ISBN13: 9780199263400
ISBN: 019926340X
New Edition ISBN: 9780199601868
Published: May 2004
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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This book analyses the rules applicable to electronic communications networks and services within the European Union. Electronic communications encompass all forms of electronic transmission of information, including telecommunications, broadcasting, and the Internet.

During the last ten years they have developed substantially to become one of the most important economic sectors in the European Union.;The main focus of the book is on the rules concerning market organisation, specifically regulation and competition law. These rules were amended significantly in 2002 with the adoption of the New Regulatory Framework and will develop further in 2003 with the adoption of important implementation measures and substantial changes in the rules relating to competition law.

The authors present, in clear and exhaustive terms, what the law of electronic communications in European markets will be in the next ten years. It will be of benefit to those working in this economic sector, as well as to those interested in the model established for all industries with similar features.

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Internet Law
Table of Cases and Legislation
Glossary of Defined Terms, Expressions and Abbreviations
1. A New Regime for Electronic Communications Markets
2. Principles and General Rules Applicable Throughout the Framework
3. Access to Facilities and Resources Controlled by Undertakings - Sector Specific Regulation
4. Access to Facilities and Resources Controlled by Other Undertakings - General Competition Law
5. Universal Service, Public Service and Services of General Interest
6. Litigation and Dispute Regulation
7. Specific Issues