Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is a concept used to explain fair access to all Internet content. It requires providers of data connectivity - fixed and mobile network operators - to ensure that no web content is prioritized over another web content in terms of speed, quality and tariff.

The term became popular in 2014 and resulted in the introduction of net neutrality regulations in some jurisdictions, such as the United States and the European Union, which dissallows network operators from implementing network policies that favour any specific content, especially in terms of speed and quality.

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