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Vodafone criticises Dutch net neutrality proposal

Wednesday 1 June 2011 | 11:10 CET | News
The Dutch parliament's haste in introducing net neutrality legislation is irresponsible, according to a statement from Vodafone Netherlands. The mobile operator noted that the parliament has not conducted any research into the possible affects on consumer prices from the legislation. Furthermore it's unclear what kind of future innovation and developments the legislation could be stifling by quickly passing regulation on a young, quickly developing technology. Vodafone criticised lawmakers for going ahead with the legislation, saying it diverges from the European Commission's line and should

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Berec / European Commission / VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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Vodafone can kiss my tushy... I was about to get a service from them (I live in the Netherlands) but because of this, NO. I will donate my money!
Hamid Hashem @ 1/6/2011 - 12:52


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