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Through the acceptance of commitments it is possible to more effectively ensure that the undertaking in question brings its practice into line with the applicable legal provisions; and at the same time the decision provides guidance to other market participants.When making its decision, the GVH assesses the circumstances for and against accepting the commitments, taking into account the specificities of the relevant market. Budapest, 5 March 2018 Gazdasági Versenyhivatal Information for the press Andrea BASA, Spokesperson H-1054 Budapest, Alkotmány u. Tel.: ( 36-1) 472-8902 Fax: ( 36-1) 472-8898 Mobile: 3630 618-6618 Email: [email protected]@ The Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) screened the General Terms and Conditions (GTC) of seven popular online dating services in the framework of a global collaboration project between February 7-8, 2018 In the framework of Sweep Day initiated and coordinated by ICPEN, the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network, an umbrella organization of 58 countries’ consumer protection authorities, the participant members investigated the target sectors according to harmonized criteria.
It is essential that all basic conditions and circumstances, such as the exact content of services, the service fees, the cases that prompt a change in service fees, the methods of entering and terminating a service contract must be communicated in a clear, transparent and accurate manner to the consumer.Accordingly, the online dating services shall provide that The ICPEN Sweep provides greater insight for the GVH into practices typical in the online dating sector – if needed, such insight can ground the initiation of future competition surveillance procedures.The ICPEN website provides detailed information on the Sweep Day – a comprehensive analysis of participating members’ reports will be published in the first half of 2018.The conference was organised along the following themes: legislation and enforcement questions, cases in the retail trade, and the practice of the compliance programmes.Miklós Juhász, President of the GVH, explicitly welcomed the benefits of the regional cooperation, emphasising: “We can learn a lot from each other, if we follow the developments of the V4 countries’ competition law, which the Authorities encounter in their everyday work.”. Juhász stated that the existence and work of the Competition Authorities are unquestionable, due to the significant benefits they bring to society.
According to the suspicion of the GVH, Telekom and Telenor are suspected of coordinating their behaviours in respect of tenders published by the Nemzeti Média és Hírközlési Hatóság (National Media and Communications Authority) in 2014, in order to obtain rights to use frequencies that are necessary to provide broad-band services.