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UK ISPs To Make Voluntary Net-Neutrality Commitment

Mark.JUK writes "A UK restraint consultive

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document.write( body, the Broadband Stakeholders Group, has inveterate that most of the major fixed line world wide web providers in the country will next week sign-up to a new unremunerated Code of preparation on Traffic supervision Transparency. anew everybody from the continental instruction to the UK politics has called upon ISPs to be more 'transparent' with their traffic supremacy policies, which until now have been too vague and often fail to inform swap about any background restrictions that might be being imposed upon their services. The new code is likely to surface as a result of last year's Net Neutrality help — the outstanding of treating all online network traffic as equal — by the country's communications regulator. Ofcom is not appointed to enforce any tough new rules, largely due to a lack of corroboration for market harm, but will prescribe greater transparency from ISPs. However, to most providers, transparency usually means yet more unreadable small print."

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