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Re: ISP License for Korea and Japan
On Nov 12, 2005, at 9:30 PM, Dave Hughes wrote:
Infrastructure based or not, international or not, most regulatory requirements on data service providers in Japan were abolished in 2003. I think there are still some perfunctory registration requirements, which means you'll probably have to hire a bengoshi for the one-time filing, but all of the old requirements (like filing interconnection notices and retaining a formally accredited "Type I Basic Telecommunications Engineer" on staff) are all history now.
Let me know if you have specific questions on Japan.
I'll defer to someone else on Korea...