NOS wants to keep Portugal Telecom in Portuguese hands; Iraq could get 3G within 2 months

> Ofcom CEO Ed Richards told MPs that companies including Google and Facebook have a responsibility to society in terms of the data passed over their networks. Article

> Cable & Wireless Communications is growing its presence in the Caribbean and central America, through a $1.8 billion (€1.4 billion) acquisition of Columbus International. Report

> Iraq's three mobile operators could launch 3G services in the next two months, after agreeing to pay $307 million (€247 million) apiece for licences.

> Italian fund F2i said it has not received any offers for its stake in Metroweb following rumours that operators such as Telecom Italia and Vodafone were interested in the fibre network provider. Article

> The controlling shareholder of Portuguese operator NOS said it was "ready to be part of a solution" to keep Portugal Telecom in Portuguese hands, following a €7 billion ($8.7 billion) bid by Altice. Article

> The CEO of Egypt-based Mobinil said the mobile operator may opt out of the government's recently approved unified mobile and fixed licence unless the price improves and it gets more clarity on the terms. Article

And finally…Even babies can now start posting selfies on Facebook. Article

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