Net Neutrality comes to Netherlands

This is a great step forward towards the goal of unrestricted and private internet access for all.

Netherlands has adopted a legislation that prevents Internet Service Providers
from interfering with your internet connection. This means that Dutch ISPs are
required by law to ensure data protection of your internet activities as well as
prevented from tapping and intercepting your internet data.

This means that throttling of bandwidth by Dutch ISPs to prevent access or
reduce access to internet services like Skype, or even Bittorrent is now
considered illegal.

Singapore ISPs currently still practice bandwidth throttling to regulate
internet speeds.

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