Wednesday, March 13, 2013
France Proposes New Rules for Internet Equal Access
France Proposes New Rules for Internet Equal Access - NYTimes.com: "The issue came to a head in France in January, when one service provider, Free, temporarily blocked users from seeing advertising sold by Google until the government ordered Free to restore access. The proposal, by a French government advisory panel and endorsed by the minister overseeing digital commerce, pits companies that build and operate telecommunications systems against Internet players that rely on the networks to deliver their content to consumers. The French proposal would still need to be drafted as legislation and taken up by Parliament." 'via Blog this'