Publications

‘Intellectual property versus the public interest: who gets the vote?’ Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 2009). Available at Social Science and Research Network 2011) Available at Sahara Reporters; 2012) 2012) Available 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 A Study Commissioned by the World Wide Web Foundation A Summary Evaluation of the Antitrust Implications of Helios Towers’ Acquisition of Multi-Links (January 2012). Available at Social Science and Research Network Co-author on the Nigerian Jurisdiction in Getting the Deal Through – Telecoms and Media 2017 (Law Business Research Ltd Competition Data Protection Data Protection Issues and the Legal Implications in Nigerian Communications Commission’s (NCC) Directive on SIM Card Registration (April 29 Federal Germany Legal Assessment of Exclusive Dealing in “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” Game Show in Nigeria’s Communications Market at Social Science and Research Network Legal Ramifications of Collecting Personal Information by Mobile Money Apps published in Businessday of May 2 London Mobile number portability Net Neutrality Provisions of the Draft Internet Code of Practice – A Commentary published in Businessday of March 21 Netherlands Network Neutrality Law and Access to Broadband Services in Nigeria (October 2010). Available at Social Science and Research Network Protection Regulatory Submission to the Nigerian Communications Commission on the Draft Deployment Plan for 5G Technology in Nigeria Revisiting the Nigerian Communications Commission’s Market Definition in its 2013 Determination of Dominance published in Businessday of February 19 Sustaining Competitive Markets in Nigeria’s Evolving Digital Economy

Show all

2017

Izuogu, Chukwuyere Ebere

Co-author on the Nigerian Jurisdiction in Getting the Deal Through – Telecoms and Media 2017 (Law Business Research Ltd, London, 2017) Journal Article

Law Business Research Ltd, London, 2017.

BibTeX | Tags: 2017), Co-author on the Nigerian Jurisdiction in Getting the Deal Through – Telecoms and Media 2017 (Law Business Research Ltd, London

Copyright © 2021. Tech Policy. All Rights Reserved.