Phonepayplus begins work on next Code of Practice
"PhonepayPlus begins work on next Code of Practice
15 October 2008
PhonepayPlus today announced the beginning of a consultation exercise to develop the next edition of its Code of Practice. All interested parties are invited to complete a questionnaire that will help determine the scope and framework of the new Code. "
"Welcome to our Pre-consultation.
12TH PHONEPAYPLUS CODE PRE-CONSULTATION QUESTIONNAIRE
The 11th PhonepayPlus Code has now been in force for around 20 months. In order to ensure that our regulatory framework remains fit for purpose, we have now begun the scoping process for the 12th version of the Code. The process is being managed by a Programme Board chaired by David Clarke (PhonepayPlus Board member) and consists of a number of members drawn from PhonepayPlus and Ofcom.
It is expected that the pre-consultation, drafting, formal consultation and various other components leading to ratification of the 12th Code will take between 18 and 24 months. During this period, there will be a number of workshops and other opportunities for dialogue, both formal and informal, with all our stakeholders. This questionnaire is merely the first step in that ongoing dialogue.
The questions are intended to elicit both qualitative and quantitative responses. It is not intended that your responses set a direction of travel for the 12th Code Programme Board at this stage, but they are intended to make a substantial contribution to our knowledge and evidence base. As such, we will value any qualitative responses you provide to support your views.
This pre-consultation is split into two parts: the questionnaire itself and more detailed information on each question. Please click here to view the background information.
Firstly, we need to take your name and a few details about you. Rest assured that all responses will remain anonymous, although we may group them by stakeholder type for subsequent presentation."
In the survey form please complete the following questions:
"There's something rotten in the State of Denmark"
The idea that governments should protect citizens against the excesses of free enterprise has been replaced with the idea that governments should protect business activities against the excesses of democratic regulation. --Sharon Beder
Last edited by Hamlet; 15-October-2008 at 19:56.
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