Chile Imposes Net Neutrality

Published May 31, 2016

Chile has adopted network neutrality laws, PriceWaterhouseCoopers reports. The law states ISPs “cannot ‘interfere with, discriminate against or modify’ content” except to protect a user’s privacy or when there’s an internet security threat. Additionally, ISPs must provide parental-control services and a written version of the contract to customers; guarantee virus protection and network security; and “allow access to all types of content, services, and applications without discrimination.”

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