The Luxembourg Parliament transposes into national law EU Directive 2018/1972 establishing the European electronic communications code

The law of 17 December 2021, which implements Directive (EU) 2018/1972 establishing the European Electronic Communications Code (the “EECC”) into Luxembourg law, has just been published and, as a Christmas present, will enter into force next week-end on 26 December 2021. Ultimately, this new legal framework is meant to help cope with the evolution of technologies and changes in the use of telecommunications services by the general public, and to support the development of 5G and very high capacity networks, so that every citizen and business in the EU can enjoy high quality connectivity, a high level of consumer protection and a greater choice of innovative digital services. The key changes brought by the EECC are: The expansion of the scope of telecommunications legislation to

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  • Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)

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Julien Pétré, Astrid Wagner, The Luxembourg Parliament transposes into national law EU Directive 2018/1972 establishing the European electronic communications code, 17 December 2021, e-Competitions December 2021, Art. N° 104691

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