Slovenian MEPs and activists fear loss of internet neutrality
Strasbourg, 27 October - Slovenian MEPs were disappointed after backing to no avail amendments meant to safeguard internet neutrality in a European Parliament vote in Strasbourg Tuesday, while internet activist Domen Savič went so far as to speak of "the end of the open internet".
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