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"TLD is not reserved for a 'public broadcast service'"

I didn't say that in the first paragraph in re: reserved domains.

Recalling the domination of state-owned aka public broadcast services (radio, television) across Europe as well as many third-countries prior to concerted DTV acts of 1991;

subsequent trust-busting of same which deregulated telecom and broadcast markets for competition among "independent," investor-owned cable and WAN IP infrastructure for network subscribers--individuals, organizations, and comercial businesses; and  

I noted that Politco.eu(.com) assumed the identity of the EU (gov) "public broadcast service" although it is a privately-held business, incorporated in the USA, acquired by Axel Springer SE publishing in 2021. This imprimature at least implies exclusive use granted by EU authorities that obscure the ahhh editorial independence of its business...

incompatible with the MFA matrix of "indicators" intended to preclude government or publisher interference with and restraint of professional journalists' employment status d/b/a impartial free expression of everyone.

I've no rational explanation why "public broadcast service" recurs in MFA reference and PR materials in contrast to elements of broadcast technology— "legacy media", "social media", "social inclusion", "digital platform", "media market operators", all-purpose "media company" and "economic operator," etc.

I detect subterfuge of MFA purposes in inconsistency of nomeclature that should have been ironed out by serial Digital Market directives, not least of which GDPR. It's an inexcusable failure to communicate to purpose of deregulating either industry consolidation or facilitating multimodal information exchange.

by Cat on Thu Sep 22nd, 2022 at 02:31:43 AM EST
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