Up to 1500 Reports disseminated in 5 Months through ComCom Analytics
For the past five months, the Communications Commission has been offering individuals interested in the latest trends in telecommunications sector an innovative and comfortable service of ComCom Analytics. More than 3000 users have already registered on the analytical portal.. Around 1500 reports have been disseminated through ComCom Analytics during the past five months. The reports that are sent to interested individuals contain detailed information about the broadcasting and... more
Communications Commission receives ISO Certificate for protecting Consumer Interests and fulfilling...
The Communications Commission is an organisation that most effectively fulfils its legislative duties and responsibilities. This is the assessment issued by the international auditing firm Bureau Veritas Certification, which awarded ComCom the ISO certificate. The ISO 9001:2015 certificate confirms that the Commission continuously strives to improve its activities, apply international standards, develop its technologies and, most importantly, conduct continuous and active communication... more
GDS TV fined GEL 5000 for unlawfully broadcasting a Film that is unsuitable for Minors
The Communications Commission has fined GDS TV GEL 5000 for unlawfully broadcasting a film that is unsuitable for minors and instructed the broadcaster to comply with the Georgian legislation. The case concerns the movie “Braveheart”, which contains scenes of violence, murder, sex and nudity. GDS TV aired the film during an inappropriate time slot, and without the appropriate age restriction label. The film, which is unsuitable for viewers under the age of 12, was shown at... more
Kakha Bekauri: “We will protect the rights of the viewers to ensure that obscenity, offensive...
“Today the Commission has ruled that Mtavari Arkhi broadcasted obscenity. The coverage of this issue by several media outlets created the impression that the Communications Commission was censoring the media. These outlets are perfectly aware that the Commission’s goal is not to censor the media, but to protect freedom of expression and viewers’ interests. Furthermore, everyone knows that today, media freedom in Georgia is better protected than ever before,” the Chairman... more
Communications Commission finds Mtavari Arkhi guilty of broadcasting Obscenity, but relieves it of...
The Communications Commission has found Mtavari Arkhi guilty of violating the legislation by broadcasting a report containing obscenity. However, the broadcaster has been relieved of administrative liability, as the goal of the Commission is not to penalise the broadcaster, but to protect viewers from programmes containing obscenity. To this end, the Commission exercised its legal authority and declined to sanction Mtavari Arkhi. The Commission calls on Mtavari Arkhi, as well as all other... more