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Ricardo Barretto Ferreira da Silva

Telecoms Infrastructure I

The interconnection of users with the global network, over long distances, occurs through transport and access networks, which have the general function of transferring and providing access to information, voice and video through services provided by operators of...

Telecoms Series | Satellites regulations

Communication satellites are artificial bodies that relay signals between distant points on Earth, being an important mean for the provision of several communications services. In Brazil, its primary function is currently related to the expansion of broadband in the national...

Telecoms Series | Spectrum regulation

The radio-frequency spectrum is understood as a public good, of limited enjoyment, administered by the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency - ANATEL, corresponding to the electromagnetic spectrum, whose electromagnetic waves propagate in space without an artificial...

Azevedo Sette was recognized by Chambers Latin America 2021 guide as reference in several practices

Azevedo Sette was recognized by Chambers Latin America guide as reference in several...

LGPD may take effect in the next few days and the ANPD has its regulatory structure constituted

As everyone knows, the Provisional Measure 959 (“MP 959”), which, among other matters, dealt with the validity of the LGPD, was evaluated in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, August 25. At that time, MP 959 became the Bill No. 34 (“PLV 34”), and its article 4th...

VOD (Video-On-Demand) regulations

From the perspective of the entertainment industry, the expressive technological and communication changes of the last decades have increased the frontiers of expansion of the audiovisual sector, creating different formats of access to content and giving the user more power to...

VAS - Value-Added Services in the Telecommunications Sector

Technological innovations in the telecommunications sector have faced, in the past, difficulties in reaching end consumers effectively, due to the lack of adequate business models for the provision of convergent services. The expansion and success of telecommunications,...

ICO imposes a fine of £ 80,000 to a company for unsolicited marketing calls

The British Personal Data Protection Authority (ICO) released, on August 3, 2020, a fine notice to Rain Trading Ld (RTL), company responsible for making 270,774 unsolicited direct marketing calls to subscribers registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS), without...
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