Wednesday, March 15, 12:00pm - 1:00pm (EDT)
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The first episode in the new series of The Communications Risk Show features a real-life example of the corruption that afflicts the electronic communications industry. Kenyan business advisor Joseph Nderitu will speak about his first-hand experience as a victim of government corruption whilst he was working for Vodacom Tanzania, as well as sharing his views on how to attain the correct balance between regulation and private enterprise.
Sossina Tafari, a US-based consultant who advises countries on how to regulate the communications sector, will also discuss the pursuit of fair regulatory regimes that serve the interests of ordinary customers as well as governments and telcos.
Topical news items will also be debated by the show's three regular presenters, industry analyst Ed Finegold, senior risk executive Lee Scargall, and the Editor of Commsrisk, Eric Priezkalns.
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