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Mon, 18 Apr 2005

Freedom of Information

Today I sent in a request for information to OFCOM under the Freedom of Information Act, asking them ...

" According to this document <http://www.ofcom.org.uk/bulletins/crt/compreg_telecoms/section3/?a=87101> OFCOM 'deals with numbering issues relating to Gibraltar and the Channel Islands'. Please could you let me know - or publish on your web site and just point me at the info - exactly what numbering issues OFCOM deals with or is responsible for in Gibraltar and why GRA (the Gibraltese Regulatory Authority) is not solely responsible. Also, how closely does OFCOM work with the Spanish telecoms regulator (and what issues are covered) in Gibraltese matters. "

Unlike many FOIA requests, this isn't just me having fun and annoying beaurocrats. The Gibraltese telecoms regulatory environment, in particular related to telecoms numbering, came up in conversation today. I have the most interesting conversations ...

Posted at 20:58 by David Cantrell
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