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Dutch debate considers Telecom Law amendments

Thursday 9 June 2011 | 09:59 CET | News
A debate in Dutch Parliament resulted in a number of amendments presented to the Telecommunications Law. Dutch minister of economic affairs Maxime Verhagen supports a proposal from the opposition parties, making net neutrality law. In particular, ISP's providers will be allowed to use traffic managament for operational purposes and offer content filtering on offensive internet content. This amendment was put forth in order to garner the support of small religious parties. Afke Schaart (Liberal Party VVD) withdrew her amendment on net neutrality. On Tuesday 14 June, the net neutrality proposal

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