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The National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology (ANRCETI) published on its official website the report on activity in 2018. The document states that ANRCETI's activity was focused on the development of broadband electronic communications networks, ensuring the transparency of the conditions for access to public properties, promotion of competition on the market for electronic communications and postal services, as well as improvement of the regulatory framework for the areas regulated by ANRCETI, in accordance with the modifications introduced by Law no. 241/2007.
The document contains eight chapters describing the main actions taken by ANRCETI in the previous year, the regulatory acts adopted by the authority, their impact on the areas under its regulation, as well as the priorities for the year 2019.
According to the report, the main regulatory acts adopted by ANRCETI in 2018 were: guidelines on self-regulation of filtering service of Internet content with negative effects on children, establishing the necessary requirements and measures for disabled users to have access to qualitative and affordable communications services, tailored to their particular needs under conditions equivalent to those offered to other users. At the same time, ANRCETI adopted the technical conditions for transmission of the primary location information for 112 emergency calls, as well as other normative acts included in the program for Regulatory Acts Development for 2018.
ANRCETI's Priority Agenda for 2019 provides for the revision of the market regulatory measures for the market for termination of voice calls in individual fixed and mobile telephone networks (Market 3 and Market 7), the establishment of minimum security measures to ensure the security and integrity of publicly available electronic communications networks and services and the updating of a number of regulatory acts relevant to the electronic communications market, with the view of modifying the special license conditions for 116(xxx) national short numbers, Premium Rate numbers, Freephone numbers, etc.
At the same time, in order to increase the awareness of users, ANRCETI intends to carry out an extensive information campaign on the rights of the users of electronic communications and postal services, when they face problems related to the provision of those services.
Yearly, before April 30, ANRCETI publishes its activity report on the implementation of electronic communications development strategy and regulations in the preceding year.
April 23, 2019