CommsWire - 22 March 2019


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New rules proposed for telecoms customer premises cabling, wiring
Proposed new rules for telecommunications customer premises cabling products and wiring have been released for public consultation by the communications industry lobby group, Communications Alliance.

Telstra wins rights to Belong trademark after court case
Australia's biggest telco Telstra has prevailed in a Federal Court trademark case against an energy firm known as Belong Energy which was founded late in 2018.

TIO to set up small business complaints team
The Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) is no fool – it's setting up a specialist team to handle small business complaints, effective 1 April 2019.

Ericsson wins 5G commercial deal with South Korean telco KT
South Korean telco KT — formerly known as Korea Telecom — has awarded Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson a 5G commercial contract to enable the nationwide launch of commercial 5G services in South Korea starting early in April 2019.

Content block if it violates acceptable use policy: Akamai
American content delivery network and cloud service provider Akamai says it would immediately block access to offensive content like child pornography stored by a customer if it deems this to be in violation of its acceptable use policy.

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