EU Net Neutrality: Harmonised Enforcement and Judicial ReviewM.T.M.H. Peeters, LL.M.1
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During last fall and winter, three courts in three different countries – Sweden, Germany and The Netherlands – have had their say on cases involving net neutrality. Those cases are amongst the first to test the specific EU net neutrality rules that entered into force late November 2015 and became applicable from 30 April 2016, which safeguard a free and open Internet. I have specifically chosen these cases, because they have an interesting common denominator that can prove to be significant in the assessment of the effectiveness and the level of harmonised application of the rules.
That significance has to do with the way the Regulation was constructed by lawmakers. Three individual articles define which rights are granted to end-users, which commercial freedom internet service providers (ISPs) still enjoy, and which technical restrictions on the Internet connection are allowed or not.
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