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Views on Regulation and Governance issues in the Network of the Future - presentation given by Tapio Levä on behalf of the SAIL project at the 6th FP7 concertation meeting.

Views on Regulation and Governance issues in the Network of the Future - presentation given by Tapio Levä on behalf of the SAIL project at the 6th FP7 concertation meeting.

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  • V iews on Regulation and Governance issues in the Network of the Future Concertation meeting, 18 October 2010 SAIL Project www.sail-project.eu Jukka Salo, Tapio Levä , Borje Ohlman, Anna Maria Biraghi, Heikki Hämmäinen, Luis M Correia, Jorge Carapinha, Ricardo Jorge Ferreira 10-10-20
  • Outline
    • Generic regulatory targets and environment
    • Regulation work in the 4WARD project
    • Regulation work in the SAIL project
    • Summary
    10-10-20
  • Network of the Future – Critical Infrastructure
    • TODAY
      • “ The Internet has profoundly changed our perception of society and our approach to everyday life. Today with billions of transactions streaming on the web, the Internet has certainly become the most powerful tool to share information.” ( Viviane Reding in the Handbook Future Networks & Services )
    • TOMORROW
      • “ Future Internet will become a mission critical backbone of global information society with billions of mobile and wire line users instantly connected to information and each other, and using the Internet to communicate, conduct business, manage their everyday lives, and enjoy entertainment.” ( ICT SHOK Future Internet Programme; a Finnish national research programme on Future Internet )
    • Rules, policies and laws become important
    • Interaction is needed between the technology and policy driving communities
    • Increasing/ensuring Consumer Welfare
      • The economic efficiency is a precondition to maximising consumer welfare.
    • Ensuring rapid innovation through encouraging com-petition and cooperation
    Ultimate targets for regulatory intervention
    • Promoting a favourable climate for efficient and timely investment
    Consumer Welfare Market Development Regulation
  • Regulator environment Europe • BEREC • 27 members China • MII Africa • TRAA West - Africa • WATRA • 14 members South - African • TRASA South - America • REGULATEL • 19 members Arabic countires • AREGNET, 20 members ECTEL USA • PUC • FCC Canada • CRTC Asia • ASIA - PACIFIC TELCOMMUNITY (APT) • 34 members National Regulatory Authorities ( NRAs ) worldwide in 2007: 148 Source: ITU report on Trends in Telecommunications Reform 2007: The Road to NGN ITU - R, ITU - T Internet Governance Forum (IGF) ICANN Russia Europe • • 27 members China • MII Africa • TRAA West - Africa • WATRA • 14 members South - African • TRASA South - America • REGULATEL • 19 members Arabic countires • AREGNET, 20 members ECTEL USA • PUC • FCC Canada • CRTC Asia • ASIA - PACIFIC TELCOMMUNITY (APT) • 34 members National Regulatory Authorities ( NRAs ) worldwide in 2007: 148 Source: ITU report on Trends in Telecommunications Reform 2007: The Road to NGN ITU - R, ITU - T Internet Governance Forum (IGF) ICANN Russia
    • Variability of national rules , possible temptations towards censorship, governance, lawful interception, government inspection, standards, etc.
    • Telecommunications markets are increasingly becoming regional and global markets : global thinking needed also from all parties
    • Large number of actors : the decisions tend to take too long and the results tend to be the least common denominator without visionary aspects
    • Different views of the future network : focus on the infrastructure or on the service component (including also SaaS, PaaS, IaaS , etc. )
    • Different areas of convergence regulated differently : telecoms, broadcasting, broadband access, services
    • Privacy and security - public interest seems to conflict with commercial interest
    • Controlling responsibility for the legality of information sharing, and the protection responsibility of the protects legal usage of network resources
    • IP Traceback facility to tell where a message is coming from
    • Net Neutrality, Internet Governance, other …
    Potential regulatory issues
    • ‘ Network Virtualisation’ (NV) and ‘Network of Information’ (NoI) were the key concepts studied from the regulation perspectives
      • Interconnections in Network Virtualization
      • Security, privacy and confidentiality in Network of Information
    • Requirements Potential Issues Regulatory Actions Impact
    Regulation work in 4WARD (1)
    • The studies showed that there are several potential regulatory issues related to the exploitation of the new concepts of the Future Networks
    • Interconnection and Security/Privacy/Confidentiality are among the key issues to pay attention to when designing the new concepts and business models of the Future Networks
    • The issues cannot be resolved locally => the same rules have to be applied globally
    • The ultimate target of regulation, Consumer Welfare, will have more dimensions in the future , including e.g. community and social welfare, easy ways of knowledge sharing, etc.
      • =>Governance of the Future Internet needs border-crossing legislative support
    Regulation work in 4WARD (2)
    • The regulation related research in the SAIL project will be divided into the following work areas:
      • Analysis of the potential bottlenecks for new market entries to the future networks related business, and identification of the potential, required regulatory actions
      • An analysis of the potential charging models in a key concept of the project
    Regulation work in SAIL
    • Interactive work with other socio-economic aspects, usage scenarios and technology development
    • The Network of the Future will have a huge social and economic impact in all countries, and will be a critical part of the functioning society
      • It needs to be built upon the foundation that it will be run by commercial organizations under the oversight of proper governance and policy rules
    • Previously, there has been a tendency to leave these issues to be handled after the technology has been developed. In the case of the global networked society, this is not a desirable approach
    • The different problems related to the policy governance and regulation, are at such a high level that interdisciplinary research between technology and policy experts is urgently required
    Summary