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Dutch media regulator sets eyes on internet, mobile content

Friday 18 March 2011 | 11:24 CET | News
The Dutch Media Commission said it will this year begin registering audiovisual media services on the internet. The commission will also extend its monitoring of mobile services. The regulator began last year with an inventory of web content. Web content providers must also abide by rules for, for example, advertising time, or forbidding the broadcast of certain age restricted programmes at certain times of the time. The commission noted the difficulty in monitoring RTL Netherlands because of its statutory registration in Luxembourg. A something situation applies to monitoring a number of

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Commissariaat voor de Media
Countries: Netherlands
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