Amendments proposed to the Communications Bill - continued House of Commons

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John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

220

Clause     35,     page     34,     line     46,     at end insert 'or'.

   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

221

Clause     35,     page     35,     line     1,     leave out paragraph (c).

   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

222

Clause     35,     page     35,     line     10,     at end insert 'or'.

   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

223

Clause     35,     page     35,     line     11,     leave out paragraph (c).


   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

224

Clause     38,     page     38,     line     4,     leave out paragraph (b).


   

Mr Simon Thomas

190

Clause     41,     page     40,     line     35,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   It shall be the duty of OFCOM to set a general condition to ensure parity of access to broadband services to at least 95 per cent. of the population in each nation of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.'.

   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

225

Clause     41,     page     41,     line     3,     leave out subsection (7).

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

87

Clause     41,     page     41,     line     3,     leave out 'either'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

88

Clause     41,     page     41,     line     4,     leave out from 'condition' to end of line 5.

   

John Whittingdale
John Greenway
Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

226

Clause     41,     page     41,     line     6,     leave out 'services'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

91

Clause     41,     page     41,     line     12,     leave out subsection (9).


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

92

Clause     42,     page     42,     line     39,     leave out subsection (9).


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

72

Clause     45,     page     44,     line     11,     leave out 'or consents' and insert ', consents or determinations.'

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

73

Clause     45,     page     44,     line     16,     leave out 'or consent' and insert 'consent or determination'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

74

Clause     45,     page     44,     line     24,     leave out 'or consent' and insert 'consent or determination'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

75

Clause     45,     page     44,     line     42,     leave out 'or consent' and insert 'consent or determination'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

76

Clause     45,     page     44,     line     43,     leave out 'or consent' and insert 'consent or determination'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

69

Clause     46,     page     45,     line     38,     leave out 'in OFCOM's opinion'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

70

Clause     46,     page     46,     line     3,     leave out 'in OFCOM's opinion'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

93

Clause     46,     page     46,     line     14,     leave out subsection (6).


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

126

Clause     47,     page     47,     line     5,     at end insert—

      '(h) conditions requiring devices used to reproduce, convert, retrieve or access data or content through electronic communications networks or services to include technological security systems in compliance with such standards as OFCOM consider appropriate for protecting personal data, protecting copyrighted content and empowering parents to protect children from harmful content.'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

77

Clause     48,     page     48,     line     47,     at end insert 'but only when the value of the dispute does not exceed £5,000'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

129

Clause     61,     page     61,     line     37,     at end insert ', including broadband services'.

   

Mr Simon Thomas

213

Clause     61,     page     61,     line     44,     at end insert—

      '(e) apparatus for end-users with disabilities, which is capable of being used in connection with an electronic communications service'.

   

Mr Simon Thomas

214

Clause     61,     page     61,     line     44,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   The universal service order must set out appropriate measures for making available text telephones to deaf, deafblind and speech-impaired people at an affordable price'.


   

Mr Simon Thomas

215

Clause     62,     page     62,     line     17,     at end insert—

      '(c) the supply of apparatus for end-users with disabilities which is capable of being used in connection with an electronic communications service.'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

78

Clause     62,     page     62,     line     18,     leave out 'may from time to time' and insert 'must, at intervals not exceeding two years, or if as a result of a change in market conditions, a communications provider notifies them in writing that it requires them to carry out such a review,'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

79

Clause     66,     page     65,     line     19,     at end insert 'with a view to considering whether such compliance may represent an unfair burden for that designated provider.

    (1A)   Where they consider that compliance may represent such a burden, they shall calculate the net cost to the provider of such compliance in accordance with subsections (2) and (3).'.


   

Mr Andrew Lansley
Nick Harvey

14

Clause     67,     page     66,     line     45,     after 'them', insert—

      '(bb) in a manner that limits or removes the contribution required of communications providers who, by virtue of the limited scale of their relevant turnover, should, in the opinion of OFCOM, not be required to contribute or be required to contribute less'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

80

Clause     75,     page     72,     line     36,     leave out 'due' and insert 'utmost'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

81

Clause     75,     page     72,     line     42,     leave out 'due' and insert 'utmost'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

71

Clause     77,     page     74,     line     37,     leave out 'in OFCOM's opinion'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

82

Clause     79,     page     75,     line     41,     after 'identification', insert ', taking utmost account of all applicable guidelines,'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

83

Clause     80,     page     76,     line     21,     leave out from 'must' to 'carry' and insert 'at intervals not exceeding two years from the commencement of the previous analysis of the market concerned, or if, as a result of a change in market conditions, a communications provider notifies them in writing that it requires them to carry out such a review,'.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

94

Page     77,     line     8,     leave out Clause 81.


   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

199

Clause     83,     page     79,     line     33,     leave out 'unduly'.

   

Mr John Whittingdale
Mr John Greenway
Mr Andrew Robathan
Mr Mark Hoban

200

Clause     83,     page     79,     line     35,     at end insert '(this condition to be interpreted in the light of Article 10(2) of the Access and Interconnection Directive)'.

 
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