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European Regulators Reject Net Neutrality, Allow Paid Fast Lanes

In a rejection of net neutrality principles, regulators in Europe have agreed to create a two-tiered Internet, Ars Technica reports. Regulators have proposed a set of rules that will allow telecoms to create online fast lanes for “specialized services.” The rules also will allow telecoms to exempt services of their choosing from consumers' data caps.  

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