"Barbara van Schewick, a Stanford law professor who previously commented on the net neutrality rules in the U.S., has spoken out publicly against the legislation passed by the European Union on Tuesday. In a post on Medium, van Schewick said the laws allow ISPs to prevent “impending” congestion. "That makes it easier for them to slow down traffic anytime, not just during times of actual congestion," she said." Read more » about Europe Passes Net Neutrality Law And Ends Mobile Roaming Charges, But Critics Still Hate The New Regs
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