Debate continues over cookie, net neutrality in NL

Friday 28 October 2011 | 11:02 CET | News
Dutch Christian Democratic Party CDA and Liberal Party VVD have raised objections to the cookie and net neutrality rules as presented in the Telecommunication Law, in the Upper Chamber of Parliament. The resale of analogue TV services remains another sensitive issue. Religious parties ChristenUnie and SGP said they are particularly disappointed that the filtering item was killed. Labour Party PvdA and Independent Party D66 see fewer problems arising from the law. The parties made the statements in reaction to amendments proposed in the Lower Chamber, but added they do not object to the body

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