Digital content regulation
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Digital content regulation

Digital content means that sound, video, news and information produced as a product that is converted to digital mode through the communication network to be distributed and sold to the public. It doesn’t include voice calls, e-mails, pictures and videos which the individuals are being transmitted to each other.

An addition was made to the Provision 15.16.3 of the Law on License for business operation in December, 2010, which is “issuing ‘Content’ license for information and communication technology”, creates a background for regulation on digital technology.

Parties of the content service business are described as follows and the new-class license stated in the law is set to be issued for content aggregator and content hosting service providers.

 

Relevant clauses of Mongolian Laws to produce and distribute contents

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LAST UPDATE: 2016/03/02
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