Submitted by Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor
The European Parliament is considering the notion of Net Neutrality in Europe, similar to a debate present in the United States.
Net Neutrality is in general the practice of prohibiting Internet Service Providers, Telecommunications Providers, and Networking Services from giving favorable access or download speeds to entities they wish to give advantage via preferential treatment relating to agreements or other considerations. End users would under Net Neutrality be afforded with equal access to material unconstrained by their service providers.
The vote is scheduled for February 24th of this year.
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