Digital Britain Interim Report launched

Digital Britain Interim Report launched

The government’s Digital Britain Interim Report has been launched. The press release is available here, and the report itself is available here. The BSG press release responding to the launch is available here.

We have produced an initial analysis of the report in a special edition of our newsletter. We are keen to hear the views and opinions of members of the BSG community, and anyone else with an interest in the broadband value chain, on the issues raised in the report.

If you have any views you wish to share please either comment on this blog or send us an email. We will pass on all views to the government’s Digital Britain team.

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  • cartouches d encre

    My initial response? In relation to the introduction of a broadband USO, “AT LAST!”

    Some of us realised that the then new EU regulatory framework, in particular the Universal Services Directive, opened the door to state funding of a broadband USO, but the opportunity was missed by DCMS and DTI/BERR in 2002 (see, for example, my comments in ‘Regulation of electronic communications networks and services in the UK’, Computer Law and Security Report (2004) Vol 20 No 1 pp4-11).

    It’s been a long wait.

    October 28, 2009 at 7:08 am

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