Decree On The Provision Of Electronic Communications Networks And Services

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om udbud af elektroniske kommunikationsnet og -tjenester

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Overview (Table of Contents)

Chapter 1 Scope of application

Chapter 2 Requirements to the owners of electronic communications networks and providers of electronic communications networks or services

Chapter 3 : Public electronic communication networks and services for end-user networks

Chapter 4 Secrecy Processing of traffic and localization data, security and accountability

Chapter 5 Penalty provisions

Chapter 6 Entry into force and transitional provisions

Publication of electronic communications networks and services 1)

In accordance with § 9. 11, section 14, section 23 (4).  3, section 29, paragraph.  Paragraph 1, section 33, section 85 and section 112 (1).  2 and 3, in the law on competition and consumer relations in the telecommunications market, cf. Law Order no. 780 of 28. June 2007 :

Chapter 1

Scope of application

section 1. The announcement includes any provision of electronic means : communications networks and services, requirements for proprietors of communications networks and the supply of telecommunications terminal equipment used for mobile communications services, cf. however, paragraph 1  2 and 3.

Stk.  2. The announcement does not include the establishment and operation of the payphone sets, distribution of radio and television programmes in joint antenna installations or joint antenna installations used only for the distribution of radio and television programs.

Stk.  3. The provision of electronic communications services which are offered only by means of pre-paid cards or electronic communications services that may be equated shall not be subject to section 9, section 10 (4).  1 and 2, sections 12 and 13, and section 14-26.

Stk.  4. The provisions of sections 9 and 10, section 12, sections 14-16, section 18, paragraph 1.  2 and 3, and section 21-24 may, by prior agreement between the end user and the provider of public electronic communications networks and services, derogate from contracts where customer relationships are not covered by the section 4a of the meat-stocked section consumer purchase.

Stk.  5. The equation to offer free operator selection, cf. Section 22 (2).  3, and section 23 (4).  3, only to the extent that it follows section 35 in the Act of Competitive and Consumer Comments in the telemarketing.

Definitions

section 2. Electronic communications services which are offered only by means of pre-paid cards or electronic communications services that may be equated are the means of services where the end user is bought by the purchase of a card or electronic communications services ; which may be placed on the same footing, prepaying the total service, including running Consume.

Stk.  2. For traffic data, data is understood to be processed for transference of communication in an electronic communications network or debit thereof.

Stk.  3. The localization data is understood to be data processed in an electronic communications network and specifies the geographic location of the terminal equipment used by the user of a public electronic communications service.

Stk.  4. The additional service shall mean any service requiring the processing of traffic or localization data in addition to traffic data necessary for the transfer of communications or the debit thereof.

Stk.  5. User means a natural person who uses a publicly available electronic communications service in private or business-related purposes without necessarily subscribing to the service.

Stk.  6. To the extent that this notice refers to concepts that are defined in the Act on Competition and Consumer relations in the telemarketer, refer to the definitions defined in the laws defined.

Chapter 2

Requirements for the owners of electronic communications networks and electronic communications networks or services providers

section 3. Electronic Communications Networks or -services and owners of electronic communications networks allowing : Users to make calls to phone numbers in the Danish Number Plan must ensure that all users and end users connected to the network or the service can

1) make free call to the public alarm service (112) and

2) make calls to the service of service providers of service and this service's emergency code number.

Stk.  2. Owners of electronic communications networks referred to in paragraph 1.  Paragraph 1 shall not be obliged to comply with the provisions of paragraph 1.  1 described requirements in the cases where calls to phone numbers in the Danish number plan are via an electronic communications service offered by third parties.

§ 4. Exhaters of non-public electronic communications networks or services must ensure that calls from the connected end-users to the public alarm service (112) are immediately terminated in a public electronic communications network.

Stk.  2. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services must ensure that calls from the connected end-users to the public alarm service (112) immediately are terminated in the electronic communications network of the universal service network.

Stk.  3. Universal Service Provider must ensure that emergency calls are immediately routed

1) to the emergency alarm that belongs to the end user's connection to it. public electronic communications networks,

2) to the alarm centre belonging to the connecting point of the end user to an electronic communications network which is not public, if applicable ; information of universal service providers, cf. paragraph  4, allow it, or

3) to reach agreement between universal service provider and alarm authorities.

Stk.  4. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services must, in accordance with the procedure of services of general interest, ensure that information is necessary for the information provided for in paragraph 1.  3 The first call service call shall be made available to universal service provider at the latest by the call to the public alarm service (112).

§ 5. Provider of the electronic communications networks or services and proprietors of electronic communications networks allowing users to make calls to telephone numbers in the Danish State Number Plan shall contribute to providing and providing accurate information for use, provision of provision for public service (112), no later than : at the same time as the call to the public alarm service (112) shall be made. This must be done by

1) to ensure that the appropriate, basic information for the provision of alarm call is made available to it, at least, by

1) . public alarm service (112), including numbering data, cf. § 34, paragraph. TWO, ONE. point, in the law on competition and consumer relations in the telemarketing, and,

2) to the extent that it is technically possible to ensure the provision and transfer of place-destination information on the physical physical position with each emergency call to the public alarm service (112), where the physical position of the user can deviate from the subscriber address or the installation address.

Stk.  2. If it is not technically possible to place an alarm call, cf. paragraph  1, no. 2, the providers of electronic communications networks or services and proprietors of electronic communications networks which allow users to make calls to telephone numbers in the Danish number level shall be in addition to those referred to in paragraph 1.  1, no. The information referred to in paragraph 1 (1) relating to specific uses of services and networks, etc., which may be of relevance to the validity of the information referred to in paragraph 1, may be required.  1, no. 1, available to the public alarm service (112).

Stk.  Paragraph 3. You are in paragraph 3.  Paragraph 1 and the contributions referred to in paragraph 1.  2 mentioned information to place emergency call to the public alarm service (112) shall be determined by agreement between the alarm authorities, universal service provider and electronic communications networks or services providers.

Stk.  4. Electronic communications networks referred to in paragraph 1 shall be owned by electronic communications networks.  1 and, as a geographical area, cover several physical addresses, in closer agreement with the provider of electronic communications networks or services, ensure that the provider can provide information, including place of destination, in accordance with the information provided for in the area. paragraph  1 3, available to universal service provider at the latest, at the same time as the call to the public alarm service (112) shall be made, cf. paragraph 6.

Stk.  (5) (5) (5).  1 mentioned contributions to the provision of alarm calls to the public alarm service (112) shall be made available to services of general interest, in accordance with the details of the universal service provider and providers of electronic communications networks or services ; no later than at the same time the call to the public alarm service (112) is carried out.

Stop.  6. The service provider must ensure that step-destination information, cf. paragraph  1 and 3 shall be made available to the emergency authorities, cf. § 34, paragraph.  5, in the case of competition and consumer relations in the telecommunications market or by means of a more detailed agreement with them and at the latest with the one in section 4 (3).  3, mentioned the call to the public alarm call (112).

Clause 6. Services provider must for the coordination, routing and handling of calls and handling of alerts in sections 4 and 5. information necessary for the provision of alarm calls by the relevant providers of electronic communications networks or services to collect a payment that does not exceed the total cost of universal service providers, including a reasonable profit, by this coordination, routing and handling of alarm calls and information for the provision of alarm calls.

section 7. Electronic communications networks or services which provide access to external telephone calls only or which do not allow access to telephone numbers in the Danish licence plan are not required to comply with the requirements of section 3-5 described ;

Stk.  2. If the requirements of section 3-5 are not met by an owner of an electronic communications network, because there is no provision for telephone numbers in the Danish number level, the owner must inform the users of the electronic electronic communications network. communications networks hereto.

Stk.  3. If the requirements of section 3-5 are not met by a provider of electronic communications networks or services which provide access to telephone numbers of the non-telephone operator or who does not grant telephone numbers in it The Danish Number Plan shall inform the provider concerned at the latest by entering the Agreement on the connection to the network or service informed end users.

Stk.  4. If it is not technically possible for an owner of an electronic communications network, meet the requirements for site-clause in section 5 (5).  1, no. 2, the person in question must notify users of the electronic communications network accordingly.

Stk.  5. If it is not technically possible for a provider of electronic communications networks or services, to meet the requirements for site-provision in section 5 (5).  1, no. In conclusion, the provider concerned shall inform the end users of the agreement on connection with electronic communications networks or services at the latest. In existing agreements, the provider concerned must provide the end users with a separate notification that the requirements for step-determination cannot be met.

§ 8. Public Electronic Electronic Electronic Services. communications networks or services that allow end users to call other end users with numbers in the Danish numbered level must ensure that their end users can make calls to at least one call-based, national the registration number, which contains all the numbers within the public Danish identification number, which : are assigned to end users.

Section 9. Provider of public electronic communications networks or services that allow end users to call other end users with numbers in the Danish Number plan must allow access to a dial-up-based tariff information facility for its own end users. The providers must offer the specified facility within six months of the start of the tender.

Stk.  2. The End User must via the tariff information facility as referred to in paragraph 1.  1 shall be able to immediately obtain information on all relevant costs, including, for example, call fee tax and list price per minutes, by calling a number in the Danish numbering schedule. However, the task of the task information facility shall not include price information for calls to numbering series available for information and content services pursuant to section 27 (2).  1, no. 2, in the law on competition and consumer relations in the telecommunications market. No charges should be provided for calls from abroad, for example, by using mobile phone abroad

Stk.  Paragraph 3. The one in paragraph 1.  1 mentioned facility must be offered for free or for a non-cost recovery payment.

Chapter 3

Public / Public Terms for Public Supply electronic communications networks and services for end-users

section 10. providers of public electronic communications networks or services for end users must ensure that a contract is available ; as the basis for any customer relationship with an end user.

Stk.  2. The Contract, as referred to in paragraph 1.  1 must contain information on

1) Provider's name and address,

2) quality and service level-including delivery times,

3) all applicable prices, including how to obtain updated information on this,

4) terms, including the warning, for termination, suspension and termination in the event of the end user ' s non-compliance,

5) Terms of renewal of the Agreement

6) any minimum time for the minimum periods of time, cf. Section 13 (1).  1, No 1,

7) Terms of Compensation and Repayment in the case of missing service,

8) resolution settlement procedure,

9) features and capabilities that the end user has a claim to be made available in accordance with sections 9 and § § 17 and 18,

10) special features and facilities under sections 25 and 26, if they are provided and

11) any special restrictions related to emergency calls (112), including restrictions on direct emergency calls to the nearest emergency alarm and restrictions in the place of destination information being provided to available to the alert authorities using the network or service.

Stk.  3. Prepaid electronic communications services as referred to in section 1 (1).  3, the provider must ensure that the end user, most recently before the end user is given the opportunity to take the service in use, receive information about

1) Provider's name and address,

2) quality and service level,

3) all applicable prices, including how to obtain updated information on this,

4) terms, including if alert, termination and termination in the event of the end user's default,

5) conditions for renewal of the agreement,

6) terms and conditions compensation and repayment in the event of a lack of service,

7) for resolution of disputes,

8) specific features and facilities under sections 25 and 26, if they are provided and

9) any special restrictions related to emergency alarm call (112), including restrictions on direct emergency call to the nearest emergency alarm and restrictions in the place of destination information that is being made available to the alert authorities using the network or service.

Stk.  4. non-public electronic communications networks or services for end users who use a contract as a basis for a customer relationship with an end-user shall ensure that the contract contains the information referred to in paragraph 2.

section 11. providers of public electronic communications networks or services to end users must be informed of any information referred to in section 10 (1).  2, including the extent to which there is scope for the network or services of the provider in question, to communicate with end users who are customers with other electronic communications networks or services providers, as well as prices and conditions for this.

§ 12. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services to end users must ensure that end users are alerted to changes in the terms and conditions applicable to the supply, so the end user shall be given the opportunity to terminate the Agreement at the latest, with effect from the date on which : the entry into force of the change. Changes to the purely favorable character, including, for example, general reductions in prices, can be completed without prior notice.

Stk.  2. Vardrop of changes in accordance with paragraph 1.  1 must be at least one month and must include the end-user ' s right to terminate the Agreement.

§ 13. providers of public electronic communications networks or services for end-users must : in the context of the procedure in question

1) that, in the contract for access to a provider's electronic communications network or services, no terms and conditions are available for the contract ; directly or indirectly binds the end user longer than six months, so that : end-users five months after the entry into force of the contract at all times with an alert which can be fixed at a maximum of one month, the contract may terminate the contract without additional costs and that any prepaid payment will be refunded in a proportionate way, and

2) interruption by the end user's missing payment includes only the affected, unpaid part of the service or subscription, unless there are fraud or repeated cases of late or repeated ; or missing payment.

Stk.  2. Provider (s) referred to in paragraph 1 shall be :  1 may, in the case of a proportionate refund of any pre-paid benefits provided for in paragraph 1.  1, no. 1, establish a system whereby pre-paid services are not reimbursed to the end user whose debts do not exceed 25 kr. Imports of this arrangement shall not be possible for the provider of the end user who will not exceed 25 kr.

Stk.  3. Procurement of telecommunications terminal equipment used for mobile communications services shall ensure that end-users for contracts for the purchase, loans, rentals, etc. of telecommunications terminal equipment used for mobile communications services within six months of the entry into force of the contract is not bound, for example, by SIM-lock, to use a particular electronic communications network. Termination of bindings must take place without the cost of the end user as soon as possible after the end user has requested it.

Stk.  4. Stk. 1, no. Paragraph 1 (1).  2 and paragraph 1.  3, shall apply only to agreements covered by the section 4a of purchases of purchases.

section 14. providers of public electronic communications networks or services for end-users must be reduced by : special internal survey unit to conduct investigations and make statements in connection with the processing of complaints against the size of the provider's bills.

Stk.  The IT and Telecom Management Board may, in exceptional cases, where the tender is limited to a limited extent and where it is not possible for the provider to set up a special internal investigation unit, dispensers from the requirement referred to in paragraph 1.  1. The grant may be made time limited.

section 15. providers of public electronic communications networks or services to end-users must not later than three months after a complaint is the first time, submitted, in writing, in the case of appeal proceedings in which the end user complains of the consumption and payment of the networks and services referred to in the case of the goods. If it is included in the review procedure that a specific registration or surveillance of consumption, debit, etc. shall be carried out during a period of a certain period of time, with a view to the coverage of any applicable. sources of error shall be extended to six months.

Stk.  2. Expiders referred to in st1 .1 of public electronic communications networks or services shall be subject to the processing of complaints against the consumption and payment of the resettlement of the amount of resettlement of the amount disputed in the bero and not to disconnect the end user.

Stk.  3. The end user may, however, be blocked for outbound traffic if the end user's traffic consumption during the period during which the amount of the account has been collected within a billing month exceeds an amount equal to the highest monthly traffic consumption recorded the last three months prior to the period in which it was incurred. If the Customer relationship has a duration of less than three months, the highest monthly transport consumption shall be calculated on the basis of the previous months. In cases where the end user and the provider are agreed to a credit limit, this will replace the highest monthly traffic usage.

Stk.  4. Provider (s) referred to in paragraph 1  1, shall ensure that, regardless of the barrier, the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be sealed.  1 may be called to the public alarm service (112).

Stk.  5. Exeders referred to in paragraph 1.  1, shall ensure that an end uses, irrespective of the provision set out in paragraph 1,  1 shall have the possibility to prevent the blocking of outbound traffic by providing security for the disputed settlement amount.

Stk.  6. Supportive effects under paragraph 1.  2 means alone that the payment obligation and the unrelated closure of the telephone connection shall be suspended with effect from the time the complaint has been submitted. The suspension of interest during proceedings is not suspended.

§ 16. If a provider of public electronic communications networks or services for end users does not provide an end user include in a complaint, the provider

1) shall make the collection of the amount of the amount disputed in four weeks after the decision has been communicated to the end user. The provider may not terminate the end user during this period, cf. however, section 15 (3).  3, regarding the possibility of carrying out a barrage pending a pending appeal

2) the end user of the rules in paragraph 1. 1, and

3) inform the end-user about the ability to appeal to the provider's decision.

Features and Capabilities

§ 17. providers of voice telephony services to end-users, must provide the end user to stop forwarding from third party, cf. section 19, within six months of the start of the tender.

Section 18. providers of public electronic communications networks or services for end-users must be offered as an integral part of the service offering end user balance information, cf. section 20, if the service is provided for use by user-dependent debit.

Stk.  2. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services to end users must, if the service provider is used by user-dependent debit, offer the end user the following functions and facilities within six months. after the beginning of the tender :

1) tariff-cut arithas and specified tab, cf. § 21,

2) Sales Control Scheme, cf. § 22.

Stk.  3. Extents of voice telephony services to end-users must offer the end user the following capabilities and facilities within six months of the start of the tender :

1) lockout, cf. section 23,

2) lockup access for access to information and content services, cf. section 24.

Section 19 When stopping forwarding from a third party is understood that a specific autoforwarding established for an end user's number will be stopped at the request of the end user.

Stk.  2. Stop forwarding must be offered to the end user for free.

section 20. For balance information, information about the user-dependent debit is understood. Sales information must be provided to the end user via appropriate service.

Stk.  2. The end user must have access to the balance entry at least 10 hours a day.

Stk.  3. The information that is available for saldoinformation must at least be updated at intervals of 24 hours, cf. however, paragraphs 4 to 6.

Stk.  4. Information referred to in paragraph 1.  3 relating to calls made from or received on a mobile terminal abroad (roamed calls) must be updated within 24 hours of the receipt of the information, but no later than 31 days after the call was made.

Stk.  5. Information referred to in paragraph 1.  3 related to calls to manual operated special services shall at least be updated at intervals of 72 hours, cf. however, paragraph 6.

Stk.  The requirements of paragraph 6.  3 for the updating frequency does not apply to calls from abroad, billed and charged by providers of public electronic communications networks or services to end-users in Denmark on the basis of data from providers of electronic communications ; communications networks or services abroad, for example, collect-pay calls.

Stk.  7. Sales information must be provided to the end user for a rate that does not exceed the lowest rate applied that the provider uses at the time the function is applied.

section 21. In the case of a tariff cut, a bill for splitting the debited benefits is allocated to the rates of charges, the provider is operating with.

Stk.  2. On specified tab, a bill that contains a specification of the debited benefits so that the end user can identify the consumption of the service, including information about the number, date, time, duration, price, or price of the service. corresponding data that forms the basis for the charge of usage of the service.

Stk.  Paragraph 3. Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraph 1,  2 must specify the number of calls from a mobile terminal from a mobile terminal abroad alone if the provider can come into possession of information from the provider used abroad.

Stk.  4. The end user may require a tariff-cut charge either to receive a taxable check, cf. paragraph  1, or a specified charge, cf. paragraph  2. The bill should be offered to the end user free of charge on either printed medium or a long-term electronic medium. Identified bill drawn up in connection with appeal proceedings, cf. ~ § 15 and 16 shall always be offered for free.

Stk.  Paragraph 5. Notwithstanding paragraph 1,  1-3 may not be specified for the end user, not specified on the bill.

section 22. The balance control scheme is understood as a function in which the tender for further consumption is to be used ; immediately after it has been found that the amount of the consumption has been exceeded between the provider and the end user.

Stk.  Paragraph 2. The one in paragraph 1.  1 the confinement of a barrier must, with immediate effect, be repealed by the end user using a code. The track must be able to be undeleted through appropriate.

Stk.  3. Regardless of the barrier, cf. paragraph  However, calls must be made to the public alarm service (112) and calls via free carrier selection.

Stk.  4. The information that is based on the balance control system must be updated in section 20 (2).  3-6, specified.

Stk.  5. The sales check scheme must be offered to the end user free of charge at the conclusion of the agreement and by the adjustment of the scheme once in the quarter. Exeders as referred to in section 18 (2).  2. The end user shall pay attention to the availability of free sales control system at the time of conclusion of the contract with the end user.

section 23. A blocking is understood as a function where : the end user using the code to prevent use of the service. The end user must use the code both to establish and terminate the barriers to the immediate effect via appropriate.

Stk.  2. The end user shall be able to request that a lockout, as referred to in paragraph 1, be set up.  1, alone shall relate to calls to foreign numbers.

Stk.  3. Regardless of the barrier, cf. paragraph  1, the voice telephone service providers must ensure that calls are made to the public alarm service (112) and call via free operator options.

Stk.  4. The Span must be provided to the end user for free.

section 24. Provider of public electronic communications networks or services for end-users who provide access to call to for information and content services (service 900 services), satisfy and then in writing, confirm requests from each end user for locking and cancellation of access for access to information and content services.

Stk.  2. The costs of the initial establishment and the first lifting of the barriers to access to information and content services shall be borne by the provision of the information and content services referred to in paragraph 1.  1 mentioned provider.

Chapter 4

Secrets, processing of traffic and localization data, security, and accountability

section 25. providers of public electronic communications networks or services which provide A numbering must allow the calling subscriber for free of charge to prevent A-numbering operation. This option should be provided by the calling subscriber for each call and for each connection.

Stk.  2. Provider (s) as referred to in paragraph 1  1 must allow the subscriber to call subscriber free of charge

1) to prevent the display of the A number for incoming calls and

2) reject incoming calls when the calling user or subscriber has blocked the display of the A-number. This presupts that the A number can be displayed before the call is answered.

Stk.  3. A-number means the number of the calling subscriber's number. A-numbering means the "A" number is transmitted to the subscriber for viewing this.

Stk.  Paragraph 1 and 2 shall also apply to calls abroad, and the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

section 26. providers of public electronic communications networks or services providing services ; To enable the display of connected number to be displayed, the subscriber must be allowed to block free of charge that the calling user can identify the connected number.

Stk.  2. On subscribed number means the subscriber's number, regardless of whether this is different from the number called by the calling user.

Stk.  Paragraph 1 shall also apply to incoming calls from abroad, and the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

section 27. providers of public electronic communications networks or services must at the invitation to tender ; facilities, as mentioned in section 25 and 26, ensure that a block showing identification of A number or connected number is suspended

1) on interference in the message secret, cf. The courtfire of the courtlelight. The call to the public service (112).

Stk.  2. Provider (s) referred to in paragraph 1 shall be :  1 shall also ensure that the provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall be ensured.  1, no. The second mentioned case is disregarded that a subscriber or user has refused or has not given consent to the processing of localisation data, cf. section 29.

§ 28. providers of public electronic communications networks or services must ensure that traffic data, cf. Section 2 (2).  2, on subscribers or users, deleted or anonymized when they are no longer necessary for the communication of the communication, cf. however, paragraph 1  2-5 and Law of the court's care section 786 (3).  4, or rules issued with home flour herein.

Stk.  Paragraph 2. Notwithstanding paragraph 1,  1 it shall be authorised for a provider of electronic communications networks or services to treat and store traffic data for the purposes of the charge of subscribers and the settlement of interconnection. Such processing and storage of data shall be permitted up to the expiry of the statutory limitation period for the debt obligations referred to in the case of those concerned and of the bills.

Stk.  Paragraph 3. Notwithstanding paragraph 1.  1 it shall be authorised for a provider of public electronic communications networks or services to treat traffic data, cf. Section 2 (2).  2, concerning subscribers or users for the placing on the market of electronic communications services or the provision of additional services, cf. Section 2 (2).  4, provided that the subscriber or the user has given his consent. The treatment is only permitted to the extent and time of the service or marketing of the marketing. The subscriber or user must at any time have the ability to retract his consent.

Stk.  4. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services shall inform the subscriber or to the user of the types of traffic data being processed for the purposes of paragraph 1.  2 purposes and the duration of the treatment. In the light of the treatment provided for in paragraph 1,  3 Purpose must be done before consent is obtained.

Stop.  5. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services shall ensure that the treatment of traffic data as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be made.  1-4 is carried out only by persons employed by or acting under the power of providers of public electronic communications networks or services, and which are engaged in charge or traffic management, handling of complaints or other, communications from subscribers, tracing fraud or the placing on the market of the provider's own services or the provision of additional services. In the context of the processing of such specific cases, the processing of traffic data shall be limited solely to those which are strictly necessary for the processing of the case.

Section 29. Provider of public electronic communications networks or services may treat the localization data only, cf. Section 2 (2).  3, except for traffic data, in the following cases, cf. however, the law on the care of the court is referred to in Article 791a  5 and 6 :

1) when data is anonymized, or

2) when the subscriber or user has given consent to processing, and only to the extent and during the period necessary for the provision of an additional service, cf. § 2 (4).

Stk.  2. Provider processing localization data as referred to in paragraph 1  1, no. 2, before the subscriber or user ' s consent is obtained, notify the subscriber or user as to the type of localization data, other than traffic data processed. Provider must also indicate why and how long data is processed and if data is passed on to a third party for the provision of an additional service.

Stk.  3. If the subscriber or user is after paragraph 1  1, no. 2, given its consent to processing localization data, with the exception of traffic data, the subscriber or user shall continue to have the possibility of free, in a simple way, temporarily preventing processing of such data at every single call ; the network, or at each transmission of communications. The subscriber or user must at any time have the ability to retract his consent.

Stk.  4. Provider (s) referred to in paragraph 1  1, ensure that processing of location data, except for traffic data, in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be ensured.  1-3, only by persons employed by or acting under the authority of the supplier or the service provider, or from the third party providing the additional service. Treatment as referred to in paragraph 1.  1, no. 2, shall be limited to what is necessary for the provision of the additional service.

§ 30. § 28 restricts the ability of IT and Telecom, Teleklagenaevnet or Teleto Kennet equivalent to obtain information on traffic data in connection with the processing of specific cases.

section 31. providers of public electronic communications networks or services must be provided to ensure that : network security to take appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure that : protect the services offered. This must, if necessary, be done in collaboration with the owner or provider of the used public communications network.

Stk.  2. The providers of public electronic communications networks or services shall provide the subscribers of any particular risk of breach of network security. The providers must also provide information on the possibility of preventing such breaches and related costs.

Chapter 5

Criminal Rules

§ 32. Penis punished the one that violates section 3, paragraph 1.  1, section 4 (4).  One-three, paragraph 5, paragraph 5.  1 and 2, section 7 (4).  2-5, and section 25-27.

Stk.  2. Companies can be imposed on them. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the Fifth Chapter.

Chapter 6

Entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 33. The announcement will enter into force on the 15th. August 2008.

Stk.  2. Bekendtstatement no. 1031 of 13. October 2006 on the provision of electronic communications networks and services.

Stk.  Paragraph 13 (3).  3, applies only to contracts entered into after 30. June 2005.

Stk.  Paragraph 9 (4).  3, does not apply to facilities relating to roaming to the extent that the payment for these remains is regulated in Regulation (EC) No 717/2007 of 27 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27. June 2007 on the roaming of public mobile telephone networks in the Community and amending Directive 2002 /21/EC.

The Ministry of Science, Technology and Development, 26. June 2008Helge Sander / Mette Stürup
Officially Notes

1) The announcement contains provisions that implement parts of Commission Directive 96 /2/EC of 16. 1 January 1996 amending Directive 90 /388/EEC in the case of mobile and personal communications (EC Official Journal of 1996). Directive 2002/22/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7. March 2002 on universal service and user rights in the context of electronic communications networks and services (Universal Service Directive (Universal Service Directive) (Universal Service Directive) (EC Official Journal of the European Communities). L 108 s. Regulation 51), parts of Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12. July 2002 on the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (Data Protection Directive) (Data Protection Directive) (EC Official Journal of the European Communities). L 201 s. Directive 2002/21/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7. March 2002 on the common framework for electronic communications networks and services (Framework Directive) (Framework Directive) (EC Official Journal of 2002) (EC Official Journal). L108's. Directive 31 /20/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7. in March 2002, on authorisations for electronic communications networks and services (Authorisation Directive) (the Official Journal of the European Communities. L108's. 21).