This module is an introduction to "Net Neutrality" which means that all data on the internet would be treated equally with no extra charges for faster internet or for access to certain services. Net neutrality advocates the same model we use for public utilities, such as electricity or water.
The EFF collects on-going information about net neutrality proceedings. - Opens in a new window In general the current status of net neutrality can be summed up by the following decisions:
"In October 2015 the first EU-wide Net Neutrality rules were adopted. EU rules on net neutrality (open internet) apply as of 30 April 2016, following the adoption of Regulation (EU) 2015/2120 on 25 November 2015" from European Commission - Opens in a new window
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