Net neutrality? Let the market decide, says Europe's digital chief | ZDNet: ""On net neutrality, consumers need effective choice on the type of internet subscription they sign up to. That means real clarity, in non-technical language," Kroes said in the Libération article. The European Commissioner's current stance appears to differ from her previous opposition to tiered access, which she expressed prior to taking over responsibility for Europe's digital agenda. In early 2010, she said ISPs "shouldn't be allowed to limit the access to service or content out of commercial motivation, but only in cases of security issues and spamming". However, more recently she has spoken out against such regulation."
Of course in 2010, Parliament actually took seriously the concessions it forced from the Council/EC in 2009...'via Blog this'