The information presented by the Telecommunications Authority does not allow consumers to compare the quality offered by different operators.
Data published by the Superintendency of Telecommunications (Sutel) through a virtual map on its website does not specify in detail the quality of the calls, and the coverage of operators in specific parts of the country.
The country is in the list of eight nations where the most copyright violations occur.
A report by the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA), a coalition of seven associations of more than 3,200 companies representing copyright industries in the United States, singles out Ukraine as the country where the most intellectual property rights are violated, and then points to Costa Rica from the group of seven countries that follow Ukraine in the intensity of these violations.
Government and private industry decision-making is being seriously compromised by lack of statistical information and unreliable economic, social and environmental indicators.
According to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INEC), the population of Costa Rica amounts to 4,506,000 people, whereas the Social Security Fund (CCSS) cites 4,562,000, and ECLAC 4,639,000.
A bill before the National Assembly of Panama would establish a national agency to oversee news media’s self-regulation.
Miami (February 4, 2010)–The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) today expressed concern and astonishment at a bill before the National Assembly of Panama that would establish a national agency to oversee news media’s self-regulation.
In declaring himself the winner, Funes emphasized his commitment to respecting the rule of law and constitutional norms.
In a speech with a moderate tone, the winning candidate expressed his conviction to the strengthening of national reconciliation, referring to the peace agreement reached 20 years ago to end the civil war. He stressed his determination in ensuring the democratic functioning of Salvadoran society, freedom of expression and religion, and the consolidation of national unity.
An editorial in the January 28 edition of the Nacion daily reveals the intentions of the Full Court in Costa Rica to establish regulations to restrict the publication of personal information contained in judicial process and sentences on the Internet. This information, according to the law, is public and can be accessed in the physical files.
The law, which regulates access to information publicly administered information, will come into effect 180 days after it is published.
The regulations guarantee the people the right to request and access government information.
Public information is defined to include: budget reports, deposit of public funds, usufruct concessions and list of works in progress, etc.
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