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Vaizey wins cautious praise on net neutrality

Computer Weekly - The government won cautious praise for its approach to net neutrality, otherwise known as the open internet, at a public all-party parliamentary committee debate on Tuesday. The meeting was a sequel to communications minister Ed Vaizey's round table meeting with industry representatives on 16 March.

Vaizey pledged support for an internet environment in which users were able to access all legal content, there was no discrimination against rival content providers, and ISPs' traffic management policies were clear and transparent.