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NET NEUTRALITY: T-Mobile Netherlands v. Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets

Court of Rotterdam, ECLI:NL:RBROT:2017:2940, 20 April 2017

The District Court of Rotterdam in the Netherlands has ruled that the outright prohibition on price differentiation under the net neutrality rules set forth in the Dutch Telecommunications Act contravenes the EU Net Neutrality Regulation1 and is therefore invalid. On that basis, the Court struck an order issued by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets against T-Mobile Netherlands to cease its offering of zero rated access to music streaming services.

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