Net neutrality protection in Europe. Although net neutrality is already dead in the US, Europe is still fighting for open internet access and transparency. In the EU, the right to equal network access is protected by Article 3 of EU Regulation 2015/2120.

Version 4 February 2015 - October 2015. Open Rights Group, Info House, It-Pol, Xnet and Start-ups for Net Neutrality joined the fight. had to adapt to the 'trilogues'.This period was even less transparent than the previous one.Still, tried to put pressure on the representatives of the political parties in the European Parliament, the Council and the Europe Urges US to Block Trump on Net Neutrality | Light The European Parliament has waded into the turbulent waters of the US net neutrality debate with a letter urging the US Congress to block the latest moves by the country's Federal Communications Net Neutrality Heats up in Europe - High Tech Forum Net Neutrality Heats up in Europe Richard Bennett Like July 18, 2016 0 The net neutrality debate isn’t quite over in the US, as we learned today from the pushback from true believers against T-Mobile’s offer of uncapped data for a year to Pokémon GO players. Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future

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Webinar Digest: Net neutrality in Europe - The BEREC Across Europe, there have been different approaches towards network neutrality. Norway, for example, adopted a soft-law approach, through its net neutrality guidelines, jointly developed in 2009 by the telecom regulator, private actors, and consumers groups. E.U. Lawmakers Approve Tough ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules - The

Aug 29, 2016 · New net neutrality guidelines from the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) confirm strong protection for net neutrality, and for the free and open internet, in the European Union. Europe is now a global standard-setter in the defence of the open, competitive and neutral internet. We congratulate BEREC on its diligent work, its …

At the end of 2012, Slovenia legislated a law of electronic communication implementing a strong principle of net neutrality. Slovenia thus became the second country in Europe to enact a net neutrality law. The Government Agency for Communications, Networks and Services (AKOS) is enforcing the law and executes inspections.