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This course covers the area of law regulating the telecommunications industry.

What do we mean when we talk about the telecommunications industry? We all use our smartphones, tablets or computers to communicate but what is behind all this and how is it legally regulated if at all?

By telecommunications industry, we mean traditional fixed copper line based wire networks that have now been adapted for broadband internet or newly built optical fiber networks and the voice and internet services provided by these networks.

We also mean mobile networks and mobile services, including roaming, where we go abroad.

Telecommunications also includes transmission networks, services used for broadcasting television signals which can be cabled, terrestrial or satellite.

We also investigate the history and regulation of telecommunications in a number of jurisdictions, to give students a wide overview of this area.

Module A: The Purpose and Experience of Telecommunications Regulation


Module B: Telecommunications Liberalization in Europe


Module C: Telecommunications Contracts


Module D: Telecommunications: the International View



Each module will be assessed by a 45-minute unseen written examination.


Module A first has to be completed first, and module C can only be completed after modules A and B.


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