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Europe may have some looming net neutrality issues of its own


It’s not just U.S. consumers that need to worry, at least for the time being, about recent decisions that affect net neutrality, The Next Web reports. The European Union’s Industry Committee voted on Tuesday to implement an anti-roaming charges plan that could also allow Internet service providers to prioritize certain types of traffic as long as they’re marked as “specialized services” and don’t interfere with other services provided by ISPs. The EU announced that it wants to remove all roaming charges for mobile devices, including voice, text and data, starting with December 15, 2015. In preparation of the move, the EU said that certain roaming charges would still be maintained in order to prevent “anomalous or abusive usage of retail

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