Europe elbows Internet content ‘blocking’

The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to oppose the use of blocking as a way of regulating content on the Internet. The vote — 460 in favour, 0 against and 3 abstentions — this morning means that ISPs will not be forced to restrict access to Web sites. Instead, they have been given the green light to continue with self-regulation

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