BEREC issues net neutrality guidelines; Bollore says Vivendi doesn't need big acquisitions

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> BEREC, the body comprising the 28 telecoms regulators in the European Union, has produced a set of draft guidelines on implementing the net neutrality rules that were adopted last year. Reuters article

> Ericsson partnered BBC R&D to develop a system that cuts the latency in live captioning services. Ericsson release

> Vivendi chairman Vincent Bollore said the group has no need for major acquisitions in order to compete with established industry rivals. Reuters report

> Analysys Mason won a commission from UK electricity distribution network operator Western Power Distribution to appraise current and planned smart grid initiatives. Analysys Mason announcement

And finally…Sydney explores ground-based traffic lights to catch the eye of pedestrians distracted by their smartphone. Telegraph report

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