Kroes warns against 'over-hasty' net neutrality regulation

Wednesday 14 April 2010 | 09:06 CET | News
EU information society commissioner Neelie Kroes outlined the state of the "net neutrality" debate in Europe, describing it as still at an early stage and warning against "over-hasty regulatory intervention". Speaking at French regulator Arcep's one-day industry conference on net neutrality, Kroes announced her intention to launch a public consultation before the summer to progress Europe's net neutrality debate. The EU's revised telecoms rules will be complemented by the European Commission's forthcoming NGA Recommendation and Spectrum Policy, both of which will foster investment in

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