Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has announced that four companies have successfully won spectrum in its 3.4/3.7 GHz bands spectrum allocation process. This development is poised to stimulate innovation, enhance connectivity, and pave the way for advanced telecommunications services.

Read more: ACMA Allocates 3.4/3.7 GHz Spectrum Bands to Four Companies

India's Personal Data Protection Bill, which Parliament's upper house passed on Wednesday evening, is expected to become law once signed by President Droupadi Murmu. The bill had faced delays, particularly last year when it was revised to address concerns about mass surveillance and its impact on the business environment.

Read more: Balancing Surveillance and Business in India in the Digital Era

Globe Telecom, the operator in the Philippines, has announced the third closing and official transfer of 431 towers to Frontier Tower Associates Philippines (Frontier Towers) for PHP5.5 billion (US$97 million) in cash. 82% of these tower assets are ground-based towers, and 18% are rooftop towers.

Read more: Globe Telecom Completes Third Tower Transfer to Frontier Towers

The Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC) and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), cementing their commitment to enhancing collaboration and cooperation in addressing competition issues that affect both regulators.

Read more: MyCC, MCMC Partner to Protect Market Competition and Consumer Interests

PLDT Inc. (PLDT), its wireless subsidiary Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) and other members of the National Telecommunications Security Council (NTSC) have partnered with the Philippine National Police to strengthen the security of telco infrastructure across the country.

Read more: PLDT and NTSC Partner With PNP to Protect Telco Assets

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