The European Parliament today voted in favor of net neutrality rules that, in theory, will prevent ISPs from blocking and throttling traffic or implementing paid fast lanes. But MEPs did not adopt amendments designed to strengthen the rules by closing potential loopholes.
“A series of amendments to a regulation on how Internet traffic is managed in Europe were all rejected by MEPs,” the BBC said.
The vote was reportedly 500 to 163 in favor of the plan.
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