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Proximus CEO disappoints with net neutrality stance

Thursday 4 January 2018 | 13:57 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
The US will have to accept a market without net neutrality regulation. One advantage of this: the rest will be able to establish experimentally whether these regulations are necessary.

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Companies: Facebook / Google / KPN / Netflix / Proximus / Vodafone / Ziggo
Countries: Belgium / World
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