Ofcom

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Group.png Ofcom  
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AbbreviationOfcom
HeadquartersLondon, England
TypeStatutory corporation
UK broadcasting regulator

A 2016 "impact assessment" leaked from the Integrity Initiative revealed that Ben Nimmo had made at least 2 complaints to Ofcom.[1]


 

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UK“The UK's communications watchdog Ofcom has overturned its ban on the use of GSM gateways (COMUGs) for overseas phone calls – leaving one of the longest prosecutions in modern English legal history hanging in the balance. The decision comes after a controversial public consultation exercise held earlier this year, in which The Register caught the Home Office's secret spy powers unit trying to anonymously lobby the regulator and keep the ban.”Gareth Corfield10 July 2017
UK/Deep state“The UK's communications watchdog Ofcom has overturned its ban on the use of GSM gateways (COMUGs) for overseas phone calls – leaving one of the longest prosecutions in modern English legal history hanging in the balance. The decision comes after a controversial public consultation exercise held earlier this year, in which The Register caught the Home Office's secret spy powers unit trying to anonymously lobby the regulator and keep the ban.”Gareth Corfield10 July 2017

 

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