The new European Electronic Communications Code and technology companies

Will your services be regulated? Will you need to register?

1 October 2020 | 9:00 – 10:00 PDT
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Webinar

Webinar recording

On December 21, 2020, the new European Union’s Electronic Communications Code (EECC) will begin regulating a broad range of previously unregulated services as Electronic Communications Services (ECS). Among these newly regulated services are email, connected wearable devices, and many other Over The Top (OTT) applications, such as audio, video and other streaming media content delivered over the Internet.

For the first time, providers of many of these ECS offerings will have to notify regulators in EU countries that they are providing services. Accordingly, OTT service providers will need to assess whether they fall within the definition of ECS and adapt their practices accordingly. OTTs that utilize telephone numbers may also have additional legal and regulatory obligations in the EU member states in which they operate.

Our webinar allowed participants to learn about the new ECS definition, how the definition may apply to your company's services, and actions to consider taking to ensure your company's ongoing compliance.

Speakers

  • Marcin Cichy, Former President of UKE (Office of Electronic Communications), Poland
  • Mike Conradi, Partner, DLA Piper
  • Michael B. Hazzard, Partner, DLA Piper
  • Maria Zervaki, Manager, Compliance and Market Intelligence, Access Partnership
  • Fabian Vevstad, Analyst, Compliance and Market Intelligence, Access Partnership
  • Moderator: Vadim Doronin, Senior Manager, Compliance and Market Intelligence, Access Partnership