Thursday, 26 April 2018

EU net neutrality rules leave door open for tiered service levels

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom, in Barcelona
Wednesday 04 March 15

Latvian presidency seeks to enshrine end-users' right to access and distribute Internet content of their choice.

The Latvian presidency of the EU on Wednesday proposed a set of net neutrality rules that will allow telcos to offer tiered levels of quality to online service providers. The draft regulations will enshrine a citizen's right to access and distribute content of their choice on the Internet…

The Latvian presidency of the EU on Wednesday proposed a set of net neutrality rules that will allow telcos to offer tiered levels of quality to online service providers. The draft regulations will enshrine a citizen's right to access and distribute content of their choice on the Internet…

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