Latest Open Consultations

Latest Open Consultations

Public Consultation on “Digital Content Platform Regulations Document”

https://www.citc.gov.sa/en/new/publicConsultation/Pages/144304.aspx

The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has published a public consultation on “Digital Content Platform Regulations Document” as part of its initiatives under the Digital Content Council that was approved by the Saudi Cabinet by resolution number 125 dating 28/9/2021, chaired by His Excellency Abdullah Alswaha, Minister of Communications and Information Technology.

The initiative is aimed to regulate, govern, activate, and motivate digital content platforms to expand and grow. In addition to engage the private sector, empower entrepreneurs as well as attract investments and protect users of digital content platforms.

The commission calls on interested parties from the Kingdom and abroad as well as the public to submit their views on the consultations document. The Digital Content Council and CITC value the importance of engaging interested parties, investors and entrepreneurs in regulations drafting process.

Last date to respond:
30th November, 2021

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Digital Content Platform Regulations Document

Public Consultation on “Amendments to the Consumer Protection Regulation”

https://www.tra.org.bh/en/article/amendments-to-the-consumer-protection-regulation

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain invites comments on this consultation document from all interested parties. Comments should be submitted no later than 4pm on 14 December 2021.

Last date to respond:
14th December, 2021

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Consultation Paper on the Amendments made to the Consumer Protection Regulation

Consumer Protection Regulation

Draft Position Paper on "the transfer of OLD fiber assets to the Bahrain National Broadband Network”

https://www.tra.org.bh/en/article/draft-position-paper-on...

Purpose: To set out the Authority’ position on how to realise the policy directive set by the Government in NTP5 concerning the treatment of fibre assets currently owned by licensees other than BNET BSC.

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain invites comments on this consultation document from all interested parties. Comments should be submitted before 4pm on 20 December 2021.

Last date to respond:
20th December, 2021

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Draft Position paper on the transfer of OLO fiber assets to the Bahrain National Broadband Network

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