Price discrimination (zero-rating), if allowed, will erect a new insurmountable barrier to EUs Digital Single Market
January 2015
The suggestion by the Presidency of the EU Council to omit from the scope of net neutrality regulation the potentially anti-competitive practice of price discrimination (e.g. zero-rating) and allow instead Member State legislative discretion will balkanise internet access and prevent the creation of a European Digital Single Market.

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