Netvalue Forensic TMT area covers all forms of communication, including cable, radio, telegraphy, television, telephony, data transmission and interconnection of computers in the link level.

According to the International Telecommunication Union, telecom is “any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, data, images, voice and sounds or intelligence of any nature that takes place over wires, optical, physical or other electromagnetic systems “.

The medium that extends from the transmitter to the receiver forms the link between the two aforementioned extremes. For some occasions this form of various sections on different media, example of this is when we have a total link between copper wire and fibre optics in the local telephone network.

There are several terms that also refer to the link, such as channel and circuit, which are used interchangeably. However, you can shake a little more in their definition saying that channel has to do primarily with the logical link and circuit refers to the physical link is channel back and forth.

In this area, there are many disputes related to competition law.

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