Norway gets net neutrality—voluntary, but broadly supported

25 02 2009

“Nettnøytralitet” is coming to Norway. Several ISPs, the Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority, the Nowegian Cable TV Association, and consumer groups have all signed on today to a new document (PDF) outlining network neutrality principles. Internet users are entitled to a connection with “predefined capacity and quality,” and they can access content without discrimination based on the sending or receiving address. But there are some terrific caveats.

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