On Draft BEREC Strategy 2018-2020; Draft Net-Neutrality Regulatory Assessment Methodology; Draft Report on IP-Interconnection Practices in the context of Net-Neutrality
BEREC had three public consultations in the period between 7 June and 5 July 2017 (17:00 CET).
With these public consultations BEREC requested the inputs of the stakeholders on the following three documents:
- Draft BEREC Strategy 2018-2020;
- Draft Net-Neutrality Regulatory Assessment Methodology; and
- Draft BEREC Report on IP-Interconnection Practices in the context of Net-Neutrality;
BEREC values very much the views of all stakeholders, and expresses its appreciation and gratefulness for the time, resources and efforts that was spent for this activity.
For the public consultation on draft BEREC Strategy 2018-2020, stakeholders were invited to submit their contributions via the new BEREC online public consultation tool which was available together with the traditional email submission on the email address: BEREC-Strategy-Consultation@berec.europa.eu
For the public consultation on the draft BEREC Net-Neutrality Regulatory Assessment Methodology, the stakeholders were invited to submit their contribution via the new BEREC online public consultation tool which as available together with the traditional email submission on the email address: NN-Methodology-Consultation@berec.europa.eu
Finally, for the public consultation on the draft BEREC Report on IP-Interconnection practices in the Context of Net Neutrality, the stakeholders were invited to submit their contribution only via email submission on the email address: IP-Interconnection-Consultation@berec.europa.eu
In accordance with the BEREC policy on public consultations, BEREC will publish a summary of all received contributions to these public consultation, respecting confidentiality requests.
Contributions received after the submission deadline are not taken into account.
BEREC is set to review its current Medium-Term Strategy (MTS) to make sure that its work stays relevant in relation to major developments in the digital ecosystem. The BEREC MTS has the function of guiding BEREC’s work in the medium term and serves as the blue print for BEREC´s annual work programmes.
BEREC had for consultation on broad and open questions concerning the review of the draft BEREC Medium-Term Strategy for 2018-2020. In the first section of this consultation BEREC seeked open inputs on which market and technological developments could influence the new strategy, while also seeking answers to questions on more specific areas, such as the end-user experience, competitive dynamics in digital markets and the evolution of networks. In the second section BEREC is seeked answers to questions related to BEREC’s work with its current objectives and how stakeholder engagement could be improved.
The purpose of the public consultation is to increase transparency and to provide BEREC with valuable feedback from stakeholders. In accordance with the BEREC policy on public consultations, BEREC will publish a summary of all received contributions, respecting confidentiality requests.
The public consultation ran from 8 March 12:00 CET to 5 April 17:00 CET 2017.
All stakeholders were invited to submit their contributions via the new BEREC online public consultation tool, Discuto (https://www.discuto.io/en/berec), by 5 April 17:00 CET 2017. In case the above submission method was not possible, contributions could also be submitted to the following e-mail address:
All contributions will be published on the BEREC website, taking into account requests for confidentiality and publication of personal data. Any such requests should be clearly indicated: on the online tool by using the “hide comment” button or, if submitted via e-mail, by clearly stating which information is considered confidential.