Final Countdown to Save the Internet

Two years after the initial proposal for a Regulation on Europe’s “Connected Continent”, the European Parliament votes on the proposal for the final time on Tuesday 27 October.

In its first reading, adopted last year, the European Parliament proposed clear rules protecting net neutrality in Europe. However, after intense pressure from the EU Member States (the EU Council), the Parliament backed down. At the end of negotiations in June of this year, Parliament negotiators accepted a watered-down and essentially meaningless “compromise”.

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In the vote, we want Parliamentarians to adopt amendments 2-24 in order to fix four major shortcomings in the compromise(d) text:

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Net neutrality and encryption
Net neutrality and zero rating
Net neutrality and specialised services