Daily Archive: July 18, 2011

Jul 18

TRAI gets 3 months to formulate new IUC rules news

Tweet India’s Supreme Court gave a three-month extension to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to formulate a new ‘interconnect usage charge’ (IUC) regime. On Friday, a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice S H Kapadia allowed the urgent plea of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) seeking more time for IUC. Click here …

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Jul 18

Sports Entertainment Summit targets cross-over business

Tweet LOS ANGELES, July 15 (Xinhua) — At the just-concluded Sports Entertainment Summit, a day-long gathering of industry executives in Los Angeles, an overriding theme made itself clear across the different spectrums. The theme is that the sports business is critical to the entertainment industry, as television networks, multi-media producers, corporate brand partners, filmmakers and …

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Jul 18

Deputy PM urges better Net security

Tweet HA NOI — Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan has asked the Ministry of Information and Communications, in co-operation with the Ministry of Public Security, to improve security of government agencies’ websites. The move follows recent attacks on tens of websites belonging to ministerial agencies. Hackers penetrated servers, which they infected with viruses to …

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Jul 18

Murdoch apologizes for phone hacking scandal

Tweet We are sorry,” Rupert Murdoch said in British newspapers on Saturday, as he tried to quell the uproar over a phone-hacking scandal that has claimed his top two newspaper executives and put pressure on police and politicians. In full-page adverts, News Corp owner Murdoch pledged “concrete steps” to resolve the issue in a bid …

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Jul 18

MDA announces PG13 rating

Tweet The Media Development Authority (MDA) today announced a new content classification initiatives and outreach efforts to help parents sieve proper content for their children. Parents will now have access to clearer and consistent information tools, including a new PG13 rating which offers a finer demarcation of content suitability for parents of young teens. The …

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