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France forms net neutrality strategy panel

Thursday 25 February 2010 | 13:04 CET | News
France's minister for the digital economy, Nathalie Koscuisko-Morizet, has formed an expert panel to help the government define its policy on net neutrality, Les Echos reports. The body comprises Yochai Benkler, co-director of the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society; Michel Cosnard, who heads the national IT research institute Inria; internet entrepreneur Tariq Krim; Internet Society president Lynn St Amour; Winston Maxwell, a lawyer at Hogan & Hartson; and Dany Vandromme, president of the university network Renater. Koscuisko-Morizet intends to present her report to legislators in June.

Categories: Internet
Countries: France
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