Monday, 24 September 2018

Dutch net neutrality law puts Digital Single Market at risk – GSMA

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 12 October 16

Industry body says strict new rules are incompatible with the EU's own net neutrality legislation.

Strict net neutrality rules adopted by the Netherlands this week are jeopardising the development of the Digital Single Market (DSM), the GSMA has warned. Amendments to the Telecommunications Act that ban zero-rating – where usage of a certain service or category of services does not count against a customer's data allowance &ndash…

Strict net neutrality rules adopted by the Netherlands this week are jeopardising the development of the Digital Single Market (DSM), the GSMA has warned. Amendments to the Telecommunications Act that ban zero-rating – where usage of a certain service or category of services does not count against a customer's data allowance &ndash…

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