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Sunday
Apr172011

EU to probe online data traffic management

(Financial Times) By Stanley Pignal and Andrew Parker 

Regulators are to launch the first pan-European investigation into telecoms companies’ controversial data traffic management practices, in an attempt to safeguard so-called net neutrality principles.

European regulators will scrutinise whether fixed-line phone and mobile operators are giving consumers enough information about their traffic management policies, which can slow down customers’ internet connections. 

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