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Net neutrality's holes in Europe may offer peek at future in US

For the EU's sprawling market of more than 500 million citizens, the net neutrality rules have mostly helped prevent bad behaviour.


LAST spring, Swedes got a tantalising offer: If they subscribed to Sweden's biggest telecom provider, Telia Co AB, they could have unlimited access on their mobile phones to Facebook, Spotify, Instagram and other blockbuster apps.

Swedish regulators tried to put a stop to it

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