EU’s Kroes attacks Dutch net-neutrality rules

Europe’s digital agenda chief has criticised the Netherlands for legislating to protect net neutrality, saying it is too early for lawmakers to take sides on the issue.In a speech on Monday, Neelie Kroes said Dutch moves to enshrine net neutrality in law could stop ISPs there from offering customers a limited version of internet access at a lower price than that charged for the “full” internet.To read this ZDNet report in full, see:

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