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EU says ‘no’ to roaming, ‘yes’ to net neutrality

04
Apr
2014

The European Parliament has backed new telecom legislation reform in Europe that aims to enforce net neutrality rules and end roaming charges starting in late 2015 in the 28 countries that are members of the European Union, Reuters reports. “This vote is the EU delivering for citizens,” European commissioner for digital affairs Neelie Kroes said. “This is what the EU is all about – getting rid of barriers to make life easier and less expensive. We should know what we are buying, we should not be ripped off, and we should have the opportunity to change our mind.” The commissioner plans to overhaul Europe’s telecom landscape and make it more competitive with U.S. and Asian markets. Telecoms and ISPs will be “barred form blocking or

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