Tuesday, June 14, 2005
ETSI under investigation
I'm shocked, shocked . . .
The European Commission has confirmed a story in the Financial Times, saying it is investigating the EU's main telecoms standards body to determine if it is favouring particular companies' technology.Update: In comments, below, Tony Rutkowski muses
One wonders what would be found if other telecom standards bodies were subject to the same level of scrutiny.Exactly! I certainly don't think ETSI is unique.
ETSI's processes are among the most open and transparent in the works, with very large numbers of participants. The referenced "investigation" appears to be little more than a hypothetical double-check. One wonders what would be found if other telecom standards bodies were subject to the same level of scrutiny.Post a Comment