posted by Thom Holwerda on Wed 28th Oct 2015 00:05 UTC

The European Parliament has passed the flawed compromise text on net neutrality without including any of the amendments that would have closed serious loopholes. The vote, with 500 in favour, and 163 against, took place in a plenary session a few hours after a rather lacklustre debate this morning, which was attended by only 50 MEPs out of the European Parliament's total of 751, indicating little interest in this key topic among most European politicians.

And thus, with one fell swoop, the progress several countries had made - including my own - is undone, by a bunch of incompetent, spineless toads in Brussels. We had full net neutrality in The Netherlands, but such rules are now effectively illegal.

And then people wonder why the EU is so incredibly unpopular.

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