Zero ratings contravene net neutrality - Brazil's internet bill author

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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Offers by mobile operators of free access to selected websites under zero rating deals contravenes the net neutrality enshrined in Brazil's Marco Civil da Internet, the country's internet bill of rights that went into effect in June 2014. This is the opinion of the bill's author, lawmaker Alessan...

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