The Dutch Competition Authority allows blocking certain internet services on board trains of the national railway company as an exception from the net neutrality rule (T-Mobile)

Telecom company T-Mobile is allowed to restrict free internet access on board trains* The Netherlands Authority for Consumer and Markets (ACM) has concluded that Dutch telecom company T-Mobile is allowed to block certain services such as YouTube and Spotify on the free Wi-Fi-network on board of trains of Dutch railway company NS. NS offers riders free

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Netherlands Competition Authority, The Dutch Competition Authority allows blocking certain internet services on board trains of the national railway company as an exception from the net neutrality rule (T-Mobile), 30 December 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2013, Art. N° 62578

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