The EU Commission publishes a toolbox for regulating 5G networks

The rollout of 5G networks is taking countries around the world to the next generation of technology. This new generation of networks will offer untapped opportunities for business and services for citizens in a vast variety of sectors, such as transport, energy, manufacturing, media, and health. In light of such a pivotal role of 5G networks for economy and society, network operators, suppliers, and governments are working on making these networks as advanced and as secure as possible. Security concerns are a common reaction to technological innovation, in particular when essential infrastructures and services undergo significant transformation. On the other hand, new technologies require prudent and flexible regulation, keeping pace with constant technological evolution without

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  • Morgan Lewis (Brussels)
  • Morgan Lewis (Washington)

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Christina Renner, Andrew Lipman, The EU Commission publishes a toolbox for regulating 5G networks, 20 January 2021, e-Competitions January 2021, Art. N° 99225

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