European Policy Makers Debate Net Neutrality

European policy makers are set to debate new proposals laying out the concept of net neutrality, which in their present form, could allow telecommunications companies serving Europe more leeway in striking deals over Internet service than their U.S. counterparts. The latest proposals by Latvia, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the council of the European Union, outline net neutrality in Europe should ensure similar traffic across networks is treated equally by telecoms operators.