NMHH launched public consultation in conjunction with the revision to the EU’s Regulatory framework for electronic communications
Budapest, 06 July 2015 - NMHH is seeking comments on ideal bandwidth, data protection regulations of cloud-based applications, net neutrality, the necessity of data collection by infocommunications providers for national security and public order protection purposes. The media authority's consultation aims to obtain input from industry stakeholders with a view to shaping Hungary's position vis-à-vis the revision by the European Commission of the EU's Regulatory framework for electronic communications scheduled for next year.
Commencing today, NMHH announces a public consultation on 24 telecommunications regulatory issues organised into six topics. Open to responses until 10 September 2015, the media authority's consultation aims to elicit the position of industry and all other stakeholders concerning key electronic communications trade issues with a view to informing Hungary's position in preparation for the EU negotiations scheduled for the first half of 2016, vis-à-vis the EU's Regulatory framework for electronic communications. The new regulations are expected to be approved in 2018, and will have to be transposed into the respective national legal systems commencing 2020. Read more, on NMHH's website, here.