Aug 29, 2016 · New net neutrality guidelines from the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) confirm strong protection for net neutrality, and for the free and open internet, in the European Union. Europe is now a global standard-setter in the defence of the open, competitive and neutral internet. We congratulate BEREC on its diligent work, its …
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Net neutrality was established by law in Europe one year ago. Safeguarding of net neutrality is important for preservation of the Internet as an increasingly dominating communication channel. By the end of June, European regulators have published first release of their annual net neutrality reports.
BEREC Latest News. BEREC holds extraordinary plenary meeting to provide input on the two public consultations of the EC. 15 July 2020 “Cooperation between stakeholders - the key principle to drive the development of the digital sphere,“ says BEREC Chair at the GSR-20 discussion Net neutrality in Europe: reconciling the irreconcilable
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Latest News. BEREC holds extraordinary plenary meeting to provide input on the two public consultations of the EC. 15 July 2020 “Cooperation between stakeholders - the key principle to drive the development of the digital sphere,“ says BEREC Chair at the GSR-20 discussion Net neutrality is administrated on a national or regional basis, though much of the world's focus has been on the conflict over net neutrality in the United States. Net neutrality in the United States has been a topic since the early 1990s, as they were one of the world leaders in online service providing. The EU's Regulation on open Internet access grants end-users the directly applicable right to access and distribute the lawful content and services of their choice via their Internet access service. It enshrines the principle of open internet access: internet traffic shall be treated without discrimination, blocking, throttling or prioritisation. At the same time, the EU open internet access