Do converged broadband networks raise new
regulatory challenges that require new regulatory
existing licensing frameworks relevant?
the regulation of equivalent services be equal,
irrespective of the medium of delivery?
it necessary to converge regulatory structures in
order to ensure balanced regulation of converged
it still appropriate to regulate different services
(e.g., voice, data, video) in different ways even if
they are delivered over the same medium and may be
indistinguishable at the level of bits?
Is it possible to regulate domestically given that the
Internet (for example) is a global network?
Does the fact that networks can carry signals for
previously distinct sectors change the level of cross
of different types of networks that should be
Is competition the essentially 'good' policy that it
is considered to be in the narrow world?