On 12 September, 2013, the European Commission formally adopted a proposal for a new Telecommunications Regulation (the “Regulation”). The Regulation would, if enacted, reform the European Union’s telecommunication rules, including in areas such as net neutrality, spectrum allocation, roaming charges, and consumer rights in mobile and telecoms contracts. The proposal is now being considered by the European Parliament and Council.
This post, on reforms proposed for “net neutrality” within the EU, is the first part of a series on key aspects of the proposed Regulation.
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