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Purpose – This article is the fifth in a series that analyses the constantly changing structure of the TMT sector. It covers the period 28 March 2003 to 25 March 2004. Design/methodology/approach – The article is designed so as to contain at its core the creation of a series of databases in...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to call for integrated regulation for in‐car systems to ensure privacy and prevent citizens from having to choose between accepting the loss of privacy or losing out on services. Design/methodology/approach – This paper highlights the ways in which in‐car...
Purpose – This paper aims to question the disappearance of sector‐specific regulation in European electronic communications markets. Design/methodology/approach – To show that sector‐specific regulation will remain, five arguments are developed based on different disciplines: law, economics,...
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to identify the factors that have moved some regulators around the world to restructure their regulatory agencies towards an integrated information and communication technology (ICT) regulator. Design/methodology/approach – This paper uses the theory of...
Purpose – To examine the status and strategies of the broadband cable TV industry on a world‐wide basis. Design/methodology/approach – Data were gathered through a review of the literature and a series of one‐on‐one interviews with key industry executives, and with consultant analysts dedicated...
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