- licences and other authorisations;*- broadcast television and radio services;*- frequency resources;*- provision of telecoms services and the usage of public telecoms networks;*- marketing/outreach activities, including internet-based or distribution of printed/other information materials;*- participation in the privatisation of state property;*- usage of property belonging to the individual/entity.
As reported by ProIT, the bill's broad list of sanctions ends with the catch-all 'other sanctions consistent with the principles of their use in this Act.'
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