KPN ordered to share network; Orange fined for abuse of dominant position

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> The Dutch regulator ordered KPN to share its network with rivals for at least another three years. Reuters article

> Orange was fined €350 million ($380 million) by the French competition authority for abusing its dominant position. Reuters article

> Telenor appointed Gunn Wærsted as chair of its board of directors, effective from Jan. 14. Telenor announcement

> Nokia said the International Court of Arbitration would issue a decision on the amount Samsung must pay for an extended patent license in January. Nokia release

> The GSMA's chief regulatory officer, John Giusti, gave a cautious welcome to an agreement on common data protection regulations for the European Union. GSMA announcement

And finally…EE comes to the end of what has been a somewhat explosive week. Guardian article

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