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+ - Dutch party votes for internet filtering->

Submitted by tulcod
tulcod (1056476) writes "The Dutch government has accidentally passed a law on net neutrality, enabling ISPs to filter internet traffic based on "ideological motives". The PvdA (labor party) accidentally voted for this exception to the Telecomwet (telecommunications law), which, on its own, does not allow such filtering. PvdA intends to repair their mistake."
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Dutch party votes for internet filtering

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