Ofcom launches net neutrality review

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Net neutrality means all web packets must be treated equally, preventing any artificial affect on competition
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Net neutrality means all web packets must be treated equally, preventing any artificial affect on competition

The regulator is reviewing the consumer-friendly rules post-Brexit

Ofcom has launched a review of the UK's net neutrality rules - the regulations that ban ISPs from providing preferential treatment to certain customers or websites. The end result could be a weaken...

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