The International Telecommunication Union’s decision obliges Starlink to cooperate with Iran

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The International Telecommunication Union's decision obliges Starlink to cooperate with Iran

According to the Ministry of Communications, in the latest meeting of the ITU’s Radiocommunication Bureau, Iran’s supplementary documents regarding the unauthorized operation of the Starlink satellite system in Iran were examined.

The ITU deemed Starlink’s satellite internet services in Iran to be in violation of international regulations and requested that SpaceX, the owner of Starlink, urgently align its actions with Iran’s terrestrial rules and seek authorization from the regulatory authority of Iran to operate in the country.

Although our investigations indicate that the ITU does not have the power to compel Starlink to cooperate with Iran, it does not seem that SpaceX is obligated to cooperate with Iran. Therefore, this matter appears to be merely a recommendation.


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