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Swiss Council of States accepts net neutrality exceptions for special services

Wednesday 14 November 2018 | 13:12 CET | News
Not all data shall be transmitted under the same net neutrality conditions, according to the Commission for Transport and Telecommunications of the Swiss Council of States, reports Inside-IT. Within deliberations on the draft act, the advisory body advocates a system of net neutrality that allows exceptions. It has sought a regulation that leaves more room for manoeuvre for internet service providers. They should be able to make their offers flexible with so-called special services, as long as this does not worsen the quality of the internet connection.

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