16/11/2017 - 05:39

The Register

Belgian court says Skype must provide interception facilities
The Register
Skype has failed in its appeal against a 2016 fine in Belgium for failing to help authorities tap calls in a criminal investigation, with the court saying it must comply with the country's telecommunications laws. Last year, a court in Mechelen imposed ...

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13/11/2017 - 12:35

ReliefWeb

Iraq - ETC Situation Report #46 (Reporting Period: 18/09/2017 to 09/11/2017)
ReliefWeb
The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) team has completed a tower installation in Haj Ali, expanding provision of Internet connectivity and security telecommunications services in Haj Ali and Jeddah camps. • The Arbat camp has been identified ...

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10/11/2017 - 16:41

BT.com

From the BT Tower to Broadcasting House: 10 of the most important telecommunications sites
BT.com
Arguably the most recognisable telecommunications landmark in the United Kingdom, the BT Tower towers over the central London skyline. Originally known as the Post Office Tower, it opened in 1965 and was initially capable of handling 150,000 ...

08/11/2017 - 04:18

Jamaica Gleaner

Flow continues fight as court clears path for rate cuts
Jamaica Gleaner
Asked if it the telecommunications provider, which trades as Flow Jamaica, will be appealing the Court ruling, Wallace said that "as regards the Court of Appeal, Cable & Wireless is still considering its options." Based on the court ruling, the OUR, in ...

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08/11/2017 - 04:14

Nera Telecommunications profits up 24.9% in Q3
Singapore Business Review
Nera Telecommunications recovered from a loss of $1.72m last year to profits of $1.98m in Q3. According to its quarterly financial statement, the company recorded a $42.2m turnover in Q3 largely due to revenues from its continuing operations worth $1.9m.

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07/11/2017 - 14:47

Telecommunications Regulatory Update - July/August 2017
Lexology
On 20 July 2017 the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce (the Taskforce) released its Positions and Consultation Paper 'ASIC's Access to Telecommunications Intercept Material' (Consultation Paper). The Consultation Paper outlines reforms to enhance ...

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04/11/2017 - 11:01

BBC News

Outcry as Afghanistan moves to ban WhatsApp and Telegram
BBC News
Acting Telecommunications Minister Shahzad Aryobee also posted a message on Facebook saying that the regulator had been ordered to put a gradual block on messaging services to solve technical problems, after numerous complaints had been received.
Afghanistan orders suspension of WhatsApp, TelegramYahoo News UK
Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is TemporaryNew York Times
Afghanistan Set to Block WhatsApp, Telegram Messaging ServicesNetralnews
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04/11/2017 - 07:10

RfP sought for telecom infra service licence
Himalayan Times
Publishing a notice today, the telecommunications sector regulator of the country sought request for proposal (RfP) from interested and eligible firms — both domestic and foreign — to provide telecommunications infrastructure service in the country ...

03/11/2017 - 09:04

Telecoms Stocks: A Buying Opportunity?
Morningstar
Telecommunication stocks have significantly underperformed the broader market to the tune of 15% over the past year and nearly 40% over five years. But does this mean the sector is a buying opportunity? Whether this now marks a contrarian opportunity ...

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02/11/2017 - 12:59

Rail Engineer

Rail telecommunication network documentation and modelling
Rail Engineer
Telecommunications has always been an integral part of rail transport. The earliest manifestations of rail telecommunication were open copper wire telegraph pole routes installed along the rail corridor, providing a means of voice communication on a ...

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