Net neutrality – is the European Parliament ready to accept complete failure? - EDRi: "Negotiations (a so-called “trialogue” procedure) involving the Council, the European Commission and the Parliament started in March 2015. In these negotiations, the Council has shown no respect whatsoever for the European Parliament’s position. The only movement in the negotiations on any of the points in the proposal has involved concession after concession by the European Parliament, which has received absolutely nothing in return.
The result is that we are now potentially days away from an end to net neutrality in the European Union.
The Council has refused to negotiate on the basis of the Parliament’s agreed position. As a result, the Parliament conceded and produced a compromise text based on the Council’s proposal. The following is a summary of the developments so far (the numbering below is based on the Council’s most recent text), based on a confidential proposal sent by the Council to the Parliament on 22 May, 2015." 'via Blog this'