April 3, 2014
Following a January 2014 ruling that essentially killed off net neutrality in the United States, companies like Netflix have already had to pay internet service providers (ISPs) extra to make sure that access to content is not limited. This practice would never be legal in the EU now that Parliament has agreed to a new set of laws that will enforce net neutrality in its 28 member nations.
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