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

Remy Redert

The only way I could see zero-rating being acceptable at all is when the user gets to pick (freely) what websites or services to zero rate. Of course that would never happen because then ISPs can't make deals with a limited number of services and collect money from them.

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