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SGP comes with extra net neutrality amendment

Wednesday 15 June 2011 | 09:12 CET | News
The Dutch Reformed Protestant Party (SGP) wants to after all make it possible for providers to decide themselves whether to limit or block certain broadband services. Webwereld reported that the SGP has submitted a proposal aimed at subscribers with specific ideological motivations. This proposal is meant to complement the proposals put forth by Independent Party D66, Labour Party PvdA, the Socialist Party and Green Party GroenLinks, which all believe that net neutrality should be included in the law. The SGP sub-amendement sayd that providers should be able to provide filtered content if a

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