The implementation process for digital signatures still has a long path of activities and processes to complete.
The article by Carlos Cordero Pérez on the financierocr.com points to multiple steps to complete and obstacles to remove, including "the purchase of smart card with the digital signature", "authorization of bank branches to distribute them."
Three businesses will enter the cell phone market as competitors to the already established public entity of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE).
The vice minister of telecommunications, Hannia Vega, said that the government has decided that the opening of the telecommunications market would be immediate, for which the terms and conditions for the new operators are now being determined.
The Superintendent of Telecommunications of Costa Rica estimates that it will deliver the first licenses to operate in the market in July.
The period specified by the Telecommunications Superitendent (Sutel) is consistent with the terms of the General Telecommunications Law, and it contemplates a resolution of all the objections to the admission of the different businesses presented by the Costa Rican Institute of Telecommunications (ICE) and RACSA.
The bill includes over 150 items, and will be presented today by the government to the Legislative Assembly.
The consultation period will start on March 4th.
“José Luis Varela, president of the National Assembly, explained that the congressmen will propose the inclusion of a trust fund to redirect a 2% increase in the ITBMS tax to funding bonds for universal scholarships and other education activities”, reported Carlos Anel Cordero for Panamá América.
The laws in Costa Rica have forced companies providing data on natural persons and legal entities to plan new strategies.
Elfinancierocr.com reports that "the actions have occurred in response to the fact that on March 5 the deadline was reached for the reorganization of their operations to comply with the provisions of the Law on Protection of the individual against the processing of their personal data (Act 8968) ".
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