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EU considers 'two-speed' net neutrality rules - report

Wednesday 4 March 2015 | 09:58 CET | News
EU internet providers would be allowed to offer "two-speed" data services under proposals being considered in a meeting 04 March. In documents seen by the Financial Times, EU member states are proposing rules that would establish a principle of net neutrality, but still allow providers to manage the flow of internet traffic to ensure the network worked efficiently. They will also be able to agree deals with corporate and individual customers to provide faster internet services, although the proposals make clear that these would not be allowed to impair the wider working of the internet in any

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