Arcep set to receive power to conduct raids, impose fines

Monday 4 July 2016 | 11:30 CET | News
French communications regulator Arcep is set to receive the power to conduct raids and impose fines of up to 3 percent of annual sales for companies that break commercial operating rules. A new law expected to come into force in August 2016 will also give Arcep the status of a fully independent authority charged notably with upholding the principle of net neutrality, Les Echos reported.

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Companies: Arcep
Countries: France
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