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Singapore’s Regulation of Online Media

by Lim May-Ann http://www.improveyourkidneyfunction.com/improve-kidney-function-kidney-disease-solution-ebook/ Singapore recently announced a move to extend its regulation of local media to cover Internet news websites. The regulation came into effect on 1 June 2013, and will require all websites that report on Singaporean news

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Regulatory Issues and Privatization

Abstract The privatization of state-owned telecommunication companies (SOTEs) began in Asia in Japan in the 1980s and gathered pace during the 1990s.This paper starts by reviewing the scope of meanings for the term ‘privatization’ and then examines the reasons, aims

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Stop Spam

A whitepaper by the Hong Kong Anti-Spam Coalition which argues that legislation is a key pillar in the fight against spam. Download: microsoft software Visio 2003 2004-_01_HKAntiSpamCoalitionOFTA_LegislationAgSpam_Paper

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Unbundled Local Loop?

A response to OFTA’s Review of the Regulation Policy for Type II Interconnection. Download: os x leopard 10.5 download 2003-_12_TRPC_Ull_OFTA_Brief

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Regulation and Poverty Reduction

Paper presented at the ESCAP Forum 27-28 November 2003, Bangkok “Government Policies and Strategies on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Rural Poverty Reduction in Asia and the Pacific Region” Purchase Office 2013 Download Download: 2003-_11_TRPC_RegPovRedn_Paper

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India’s Telecom Market, Policy and Regulation

While China’s telecommunications market hits the headlines, less is heard about India’s telecommunications reforms and market growth. Yet the Indian market is not only very large but has enormous potential growth. Can the Indian policy makers and regulator achieve the

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Regulating Telecom Pricing in Wholesale and Retail Markets

The 1990s was the decade of telecommunications liberalization in Asia-Pacific, including Hong Kong, and the 2000s is likely to be the decade of regulatory stock taking, review and revision. Some liberal reforms have gone well, notably in the cellular mobile

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Telecommunications Regulation Handbook

Hank Intven (2000) ed. Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, infoDev Program, The World Bank, ISBN # 0-9697178-7-3 Book Review by John Ure   Downloads: microsoft office 2007 instant download for cheap 2001-04_TRPC_TelecomsRegulationHandbk_Briefing

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China Telecommunications Regulations 2000

The following is a TRP summary of some key points from a draft of the regulations that has been widely circulated in recent weeks. This is NOT an official document but a precis of the circulated draft. It should be

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Regulating Convergence

The concept of deregulation originally appeared deceptively simple: the lifting or abolishing of government regulations in order to allow markets to work more freely, as posited by classical capitalist economic theory. Proponents believed that government regulations distorted the efficiet working

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China Telecoms: Regulations and Market Forces

Since the late 1980s, when the State Council approved the scaling up of China’s public switched telecommunications network, the rate of build-out has been so colossal that many outside observers either assumed or wishfully believed that only through allowing foreign

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China’s Telecoms: Law, Policy, Regulations and Characteristics

Telecommunications policy in China is quite well defined. That this is so stands in contradiction to the widespread belief among foreign companies eager to penetrate the market who seem to believe that China is groping its way towards an opening

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PCS: Regulation and Markets

Wireless personal communications technologies are about to enter their second decisive stage of development. Stage one was incremental, supplementing wireline communications networks. Stage two is radical, offering both synergy and substitution, and heralds a third, revolutionary stage in which all

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China’s Information Technology Services Industry: Regulation or De-Regulation?

Paper Delivered to the Hong Kong International Computer Conference, Guangzhou 5-7th September 1994, by John Ure Information technology is only the hardware and software supporting a variety of uses. Stand-alone PCs  provide the first important step in the use of applications,

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