Netherlands Passes Net Neutrality Laws

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The Netherlands became the second country in the world to write network neutrality laws for telecom providers. The law bans carriers from blocking services or charging fees for using programs like Skype. The United States is trying to draft similar laws, but is running into legal battles with the telecom industry. Read the full article at NYTimes.com

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