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Net Neutrality

Net neutrality definition (noun)
1.

Net neutrality is the concept that internet service providers (ISPs) should treat internet services and data as utilities. Net neutrality requires ISPs to treat all their users equally, and ensure the privacy of all data that travels through their servers.

Without net neutrality, ISPs could limit or block access to specific websites and only allow access if a subscription or fee is paid.

Appears in: Privacy Laws

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