Introduction to the basics of Telecommunications Law for non-lawyers.
The course deals with the legal regulations and principles that apply to telecom network operators and telecom service providers (fixed-line and mobile phone).
By analyzing the most relevant legal provisions for a telecom provider in Switzerland students will learn about the main concepts of Swiss law. No previous legal courses required.
1. History of Swiss Telecommunications Law 2. Regulation of network access (essential facility doctrine, types of access) 3. Universal Service 4. Phone service contracts (fixed line and mobile phone service) 5. Mobil communication radiation regulation 6. Telecommunication secrecy 7. SPAM-Avoidance
The powerpoint slides presented in the course will be made availabe online. In addition, links to relevant legal decisions and regulations will be accessible on the course website.
No mandatory readings.
Prerequisites / Notice
Short written exam at the end of the semester (scope and materials to be defined during the course).
Performance assessment information (valid until the course unit is held again)