The Mexican constitutional reform in telecommunications published last year acknowledged Internet access as a human right. The recent Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law (the “Law”) has introduced many new concepts, such as net neutrality, which was previously unregulated in Mexico. For more information about the constitutional reform and the Law, please refer to the previous article in this issue.
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Net neutrality has in recent years become a prominent area of interest for BEREC – the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications – which is composed of high level representatives of the relevant national regulatory authorities (NRAs) in each EU Member State. In 2011 the European Commission asked it to undertake a fact-finding exercise on issues crucial to ensuring … Continue Reading
On 10 June 2013, after a fast-track approval, the decree to reform the Mexican Constitution (the “Reform”), mainly in telecommunications matters, was enacted by President Enrique Peña Nieto. The Reform recognized as human rights the access to: (i) information and communications technology, and (ii) broadcasting and telecommunications services, including broadband and the Internet. Following the Reform, the Federal Telecommunications and … Continue Reading