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This decision was made eventhough sere and may technology companies and content providers such as Googe Facebook and Netfixremalned strongly In favour of net neutrality ‘Theloss of net neutrality [At the time, pioneering internet tech experts wamed agnnst removing net neutrality rules, effectively accusing the ECC of not understanding how the internet works This ruling means that in tne US proviers wil beable to slow down data traffic to and fom curtain websites gve preferential testinent to other websites and charge diferent for different rypesf content, such a web access, video streaming socal media and soon Impact beyond the US Sohhow does this decision inthe US affect the UK and continental Europe? In the UK net neutrality is currently protected by EU policy 215-200 In support ofa digal single market But there is concer thatthe FCC rulingin the US could pave the way for similar moves in other countries. 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