[NYTimes] Europe and Consumer Groups at Odds Over Restricted Net Access
In Europe, the debate over unrestricted Internet access — so-called net neutrality — has shifted to a core question: How much should the European Union intervene when mobile Internet service providers restrict Web access? [...]
Jérémie Zimmermann, the co-founder of a French net neutrality activist group, La Quadrature du Net, said the report by Berec underlined the growth of restricted Internet service in Europe and should alarm consumers.
“When 20 percent, maybe even half, of Europeans have only restricted Internet access,” Mr. Zimmermann said, “I would argue that network neutrality is failing in Europe.” [...]