The finance ministry said a multi-stakeholder group involving watchdog chiefs and other officials would drive initiatives to "modernize prevention tools and protocols."
The country is behind the region in mobile penetration and needs to guarantee access to spectrum "deposits" such as 600MHz.
Uruguay's state-run telco is a successful business case in fixed broadband and fiber optics deployment, but how ready is it for the new wave of digital services?
Google currently offers Cuba an internet caching service. The company is not discussing investing in infrastructure.
Asiet's director of public policy, Juan Jung, argues that closing the digital divide and consolidating telecommunications infrastructure should be the priorities in Latin America.
The German insurer is migrating all policies to digital in Argentina - but clients can still request paper versions.
The draft rules could potentially shorten times for the preponderant player in telecommunications, América Móvil, to inform and apply new charges for its services