Price discrimination (zero-rating), if allowed, will erect a new insurmountable barrier to EU’s Digital Single Market
The suggestion by the Presidency of the EU Council to omit from the scope of net neutrality regulation the potentially anti-competitive practice of price discrimination (e.g. zero-rating) and allow instead Member State legislative discretion will balkanise internet access and prevent the creation of a European Digital Single Market.
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