The European Parliament has approved geoblocking legislation that prevents traders within the EU from discriminating between online customers depending on where they live.
EU citizens buying goods and services online will not be blocked or redirected to a different website based on their IP address. Strasbourg voted on new rules that will, however, exclude products covered by copyright, such as e-books, downloadable music or online games.
Paid movie streaming services like Netflix will remain ...
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