Italian regulator proposes digital agenda

Friday 13 January 2012 | 09:03 CET | News
Italy's Communications Authority (AgCom) has proposed the adoption of a digital agenda to help drive economic growth. In a report sent to the Italian government, the regulator stressed the need for government coordination in order to achieve the policies set out in the EU's Digital Agenda. This includes leadership from the minister of economic development and legislation aimed at simplifying administrative procedures to encourage investment in digital services. AgCom also called for adoption of a spectrum policy freeing up more frequencies for broadband, measures to promote next-generation

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