Several European countries are adopting its own policies on net neutrality, while the European Union doesn't establish a general law for all Member States. The last country to join the club was Luxembourg, whose Parliament adopted a motion calling for net neutrality to be enshrined in national legislation earlier in June.
France, Slovenia and Norway did the same before. While the first one is still waiting for an approval of its new plan, both Slovenia and Norway had a legislative framework t...
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