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What's new in 5G?

What’s new in 5G?

Introduction Since the first commercial launch of 5G services in 2020 in Taiwan, 5G has presented new challenges for mobile broadband operators. On the one hand, 5G networks are intended to support faster mobile broadband speeds and lower latencies, making new applications possible, such as on-demand video and autonomous vehicles.
MODA releases spectrum for next generation satellite communication

MODA releases spectrum for next generation satelli...

The Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA) has officially released a spectrum for fixed satellite communication (for further details please see “NCC confirms spectrum added for fixed satellite communication” and “Guidelines finalised for application of LEO satellite services“). Between 8 November 2022 and 30 December 2022, eligible users are encouraged to
Court declares secondary use of medical records unconstitutional

Court declares secondary use of medical records un...

On 12 August 2022, the Constitutional Court issued judgment No. 13, declaring the National Health Insurance Administration’s (NHIA’s) transformation of medical records via de-identification into government data for secondary use was unconstitutional – protection of such information is provided for in articles 79 and 80 of the National Health Insurance
Digital Intermediary Services Act draft put on hold

Digital Intermediary Services Act draft put on hol...

Introduction On 19 August 2022, the National Communications Commission (NCC) announced that the consultation on the Digital Intermediary Services Act (DISA) draft would be put on hold until it is made available for public comment.   The NCC disclosed the initial DISA draft on 29 June 2022. Since then, the
What's new in 5G?

What’s new in 5G?

Introduction Since the first commercial launch of 5G services in 2020 in Taiwan, 5G has presented new challenges for mobile broadband operators. On the one hand, 5G networks are intended to support faster mobile broadband speeds and lower latencies, making new applications possible, such as on-demand video and autonomous vehicles.
MODA releases spectrum for next generation satellite communication

MODA releases spectrum for next generation satelli...

The Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA) has officially released a spectrum for fixed satellite communication (for further details please see “NCC confirms spectrum added for fixed satellite communication” and “Guidelines finalised for application of LEO satellite services“). Between 8 November 2022 and 30 December 2022, eligible users are encouraged to
Court declares secondary use of medical records unconstitutional

Court declares secondary use of medical records un...

On 12 August 2022, the Constitutional Court issued judgment No. 13, declaring the National Health Insurance Administration’s (NHIA’s) transformation of medical records via de-identification into government data for secondary use was unconstitutional – protection of such information is provided for in articles 79 and 80 of the National Health Insurance
Digital Intermediary Services Act draft put on hold

Digital Intermediary Services Act draft put on hol...

Introduction On 19 August 2022, the National Communications Commission (NCC) announced that the consultation on the Digital Intermediary Services Act (DISA) draft would be put on hold until it is made available for public comment.   The NCC disclosed the initial DISA draft on 29 June 2022. Since then, the
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