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Net neutrality in the UK

PUBLISHED September 2010

As Ofcom consulted on whether to end net neutrality, the seminar examined internet traffic management, whether it's necessary in the UK, the possible economic benefits, and what the unintended consequences may be for users and the network operators.

Discussions looked ahead to how traffic management may work in practice and the options to ensure transparency for users, and consider whether consumers need to be protected with a minimum level of service guarantee.