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Slovenia one step closer to implementing EECC

16 Sep 2022

A parliamentary home affairs committee in Slovenia has endorsed a bill which will finally transpose an EU directive on electronic communications. The EU Electronic Communications Code (EECC) should have been implemented by all member states back in December 2020 and Slovenia has so far been fined EUR800,000 (USD798,800) by the EC for the delays, The Slovenia Times writes. If enacted, the bill will replace the country’s Electronic Communications Act of 2004, otherwise known as ZEKom. Some of the aspects covered by the update include network security measures, the use of public funds for broadband rollouts and market analyses.


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