ISPs split over UK open internet code of practice

Several leading UK internet service providers have refused to sign a code of conduct designed to guarantee “full and open access” to the net.Ten ISPs including BT, O2 and Talktalk backed the agreement promising not to restrict or block content unless there was a reason to deploy “reasonable traffic management practices”.But Virgin Media said the principles set out were too vague while Vodafone said the code was “impractical”.To continue reading this BBC News report, go to:
www.bbc.com/news/technology-18976444Also see:Ten UK ISPs commit to new ‘open internet’ code
A number of UK internet service providers (ISPs) have signed up to a voluntary code of practice that generally requires them to ensure that they are offering “full and open internet access” to their customers.
www.out-law.com/en/articles/2012/july/ten-uk-isps-commit-to-new-open-internet-code/

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