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TACD’s Information Society Policy Committee has adopted a new resolution on the open and neutral Internet.

This resolution builds on the TACD net neutrality resolutions of April 2010 and June 2014. However, since then significant developments in both the EU and the US markets are increasingly threatening the neutrality and openness of the Internet, changing economic flows and concentrating power in the hands of Internet Service Providers. We call on governments and regulators to strongly defend the principles of openness and neutrality of the Internet. Protecting the right to access an open and neutral Internet is preserving the Internet itself.

Read the full resolution on the open and neutral Internet here.