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Net neutrality lives... in Europe, anyway: Top court supports open internet rules, snubs telcos and ISPs

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"are good for the consumer"

Which consumer? Some consumer may have no use for such services, and what if one gives you Netflix for free but not Sky, Disney or Youtube, or any combination of them? That's not good for the user at all, which is jailed to some services. And those agreement may even change with time...

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