Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Ofcom to investigate Vodafone and Three over net neutrality compliance

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 07 March 18

Ofcom is expected to publish the results of its investigation in June

Ofcom is to investigate Vodafone and Three to decide whether the UK network operators have breached EU rules on net neutrality, according to a report in the Financial Times.  The EU rules on net neutrality are intended to ensure that all internet traffic is treated equally and do not permit internet service providers to prioritise one type of traffic (such as streaming videos from specific sites) over another…

Ofcom is to investigate Vodafone and Three to decide whether the UK network operators have breached EU rules on net neutrality, according to a report in the Financial Times.  The EU rules on net neutrality are intended to ensure that all internet traffic is treated equally and do not permit internet service providers to prioritise one type of traffic (such as streaming videos from specific sites) over another…

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