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EU top court gives thumbs up to net neutrality rules
by Foo Yun Chee
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15 September 2020
On 15 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Europe's highest court on Tuesday [15 September] gave its backing to the European Union's net neutrality rules which require telecoms operators to treat all Internet traffic equally. Adopted in 2015, the rules, which have got strong backing from large tech companies and consumer groups, prevent telecoms operators from blocking or slowing down traffic, or offering paid fast lanes.
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