The Amendments To The Law On Electronic Communications

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Elektronisko sakaru likumā

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the law on electronic communications make electronic communications Act (Republic of Latvia Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2004, nr. 23; 2005; 2006, nr. 12, no 24; 2007, 12 no, no. 15; 2008; 2009, No 14; Latvian journal 2010, nr. 102) the following amendments: 1. in article 4: replace the second paragraph, the words "by the Ministry of transport and institutional functional monitoring of electronic communications in the Directorate" with the words "public limited company" electronic communications Directorate "(hereinafter referred to as the communications Directorate)";
express the sixth part as follows: "(6) in article 47 of this law the fifth part (radio spectrum band, which, in the interests of efficiency it is necessary to restrict the use of the radio spectrum assignment of commercial electronic communication sector), the first subparagraph of article 49 (radio spectrum band distribution), article 50 (shared frequency allocation permissions) and article 56 (national numbering plan) for the Cabinet to draw up draft terms of submission and ensure the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry."
2. Turn off the first part of article 5, paragraph 4.
3. Replace article 6, third paragraph, the words "Ministry of transport" with the words "the protection of the environment and regional development Ministry.
4. Add to the first paragraph of article 19 with the following wording of paragraph 18:18) if electronic communications merchant providing public electronic communications networks, — take technical and organisational measures relevant for electronic communications networks and the integrity of the work with information technology security incident prevention institutions according to the information technology security laid down in the law. "
The law shall enter into force on January 1, 2011.
The law adopted by the Parliament in December 16, 2010.
President Valdis Zatlers in Riga of 2010 December 30.