False paradise? EU is no haven of Net neutrality, say critics

LISBON/MILAN (Reuters) - America’s decision to scrap rules designed to ensure a free and open internet leaves the European Union as the biggest market where Net neutrality still prevails -- but critics say the EU is not a level playing field. Consumer rights groups complain that EU regulations are being interpreted in ways that allow telecom firms and internet providers to offer discriminatory access to applications ranging from social media to music and video streaming. “In practice, provide...