13 October 2016

ICLG Telecoms, Media and Internet Laws 2017: Guide to Australian, Hong Kong and PRC law

The Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) sector is evolving at a rapid pace, with new players emerging, advances in technology and shifts in consumer behaviour driving these changes.

Reflective of our market-leading Asia-Pacific capability in this sector, King & Wood Mallesons have authored three chapters in The International Comparative Legal Guide to Telecoms, Media and Internet Laws 2017. The International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG) are a series of publications providing a practical insight into cross-border law. The Telecoms, Media and Internet chapters cover legal issues in telecoms, media and internet laws and regulations including radio spectrum, cyber security, interception, encryption, data retention, distribution of audio-visual media and internet infrastructure.

KWM is the only global law firm able to advise on PRC, Hong Kong, US, Australian and a range of European and Middle Eastern laws, and we advise on cross-border projects in the TMT space throughout Europe, the Middle East, China/HK and Australia. We support our TMT clients with world class legal expertise and real industry insight, which is garnered not only from our experience advising on numerous complex, big ticket deals for major industry players, but also the perspective offered by our lawyers who have had experience of in-house roles.

Please click on the links below to download Australia, Hong Kong and China chapters or contact one of the authors if you have any questions.




Renae Lattey

Hong Kong

Neil Carabine


Wang Rui

The complete ICLG is available at www.iclg.co.uk.

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