The National Communications Commission (NCC) has approved a draft digital intermediary service act
The National Communication Commission (NCC) has approved Mirror TV's application to air its news show on channel 86 on 32 cable networks.
Cybersecurity has been an important topic in Taiwan recently, one that touches several areas of the technology business. A recent case concerns the Covid-19 pandemic when the central government prohibited all government agencies from using a popular video conferencing service based on cybersecurity concerns.
By John Eastwood, Wendy Chu, Nathan Snyder, and David Rosenthal
The National Communications Commission (NCC) says it could change parts of a draft digital intermediary service act following further discussions if some articles are deemed to be unwelcome or unnecessary
The National Communications Commission reports that cable TV subscriptions have hit a new low of 4.6 million in the first quarter of 2023.
The cabinet says a proposal for the establishment of a Ministry of Digital Development will be submitted to the legislature during the current plenary session, which runs from February until May.
The National Communications Commission has approved an amendment to Public Television Service's operational plan to allow it to broadcast content from the government-funded TaiwanPlus English-language online video streaming service on a terrestrial television channel
The National Communications Commission (NCC) says it plans to appeal a ruling by the Taipei High Administrative Court, after it overturned a 2020 ruling rejecting the renewal of CTi News' broadcast license.
The National Communications Commission (NCC) says there is currently "no timeline" for reintroducing a draft bill to regulate the content of online platforms