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[liberationtech] EU Public Consultations on Draft BEREC Report on Monitoring Quality of Internet Access in Context of Net Neutrality

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Apr 1 08:00:43 PDT 2014


http://berec.europa.eu/eng/news_consultations/ongoing_public_consultations/

BEREC is launching a public consultation on the draft BEREC Report on 
Monitoring quality of Internet access services in the context of net 
neutrality<http://berec.europa.eu/files/document_register_store/2014/3/BoR%20(14)%2024%20Draft%20BEREC%20Report%20on%20NN%20QoS%20Monitoring%20Report.pdf>

(ANNEX<http://berec.europa.eu/files/document_register_store/2014/3/BoR%20(14)%2024%20Draft%20BEREC%20NN%20QoS%20Monitoring%20Report%20ANNEX.pdf>), 
which was approved for consultation by the Board of Regulators on 27 
February 2014.

The role of the public consultation is to increase transparency and to 
provide BEREC with valuable feedback from all interested parties.

In accordance with the BEREC policy on public consultation, BEREC will 
publish a summary of all contributions received and an explanation as to 
how they were reflected in the final report, taking into account any 
confidentiality requests submitted. All contributions will also be 
published on the BEREC website, subject to explicit requirement for 
non-publication.

The main objectives of the report are to:

a.    Describe available quality monitoring methods

b.    Provide recommendations for future quality monitoring systems

c.    Explore the evolution of a potential multi-NRA opt-in system

*Stakeholders are invited to send their contributions by 28 April 2014 *by 
email to *pm at berec.europa.eu*<https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&fs=1&tf=1&to=pm@berec.europa.eu> in 
English, in order to facilitate and speed up the processing of the 
contributions received.
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