CASE COMMENTS: PUBLIC ACTIONS - FRANCE - FREEDOM OF ENTERPRISE - PRIOR ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORIZATION

Freedom of enterprise: The French Constitutional Council considers that the first paragraph of Article L. 34-11 of the French Post and Electronic Communications Code ["CPCE"] and the second paragraph of Article L. 34-12 of the same code do not infringe the freedom of enterprise (Bouygues)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. "Should we do without 5G?" was the headline in the newspaper Le Monde at the time when the frequency bands were being auctioned off for use. The arrival of 5G has indeed raised many concerns, especially in view of the smooth provision of frequency bands for 4G. The adoption of the law of 1 August 2019 aimed at preserving France's defence and national security interests in the operation of mobile radio networks shows that the framework for the allocation of frequency bands with a view to establishing and operating fifth-generation networks is receiving particular attention from the Government. In addition to the traditional supervisory measures concerning

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Jeremy Martinez, Freedom of enterprise: The French Constitutional Council considers that the first paragraph of Article L. 34-11 of the French Post and Electronic Communications Code ["CPCE"] and the second paragraph of Article L. 34-12 of the same code do not infringe the freedom of enterprise (Bouygues), 5 February 2021, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 100577, pp. 195-197

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