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Net Neutrality

Network Neutrality can be summarised as the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally. This principle must not be used to prevent ISPs from implementing network management techniques to protect against the theft of creative works and other unlawful activity online. Internet piracy of copyrighted works diminishes creativity, costs jobs, weakens the economy, and blocks broadband networks. Unless carefully managed, an increase in broadband penetration could exacerbate these problems, with no corresponding benefit for internet users.

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