Defend Net Neutrality! Don’t force ISPs to spy on their customers in the name of copyright enforcement! Such are the demands of a European online video campaign called Throttle the Package that has recently been launched by — no, not the overseas bureau of the EFF — TelecomTV, a web site that’s targeting executives from, and is partially funded by, Europe’s telco companies.

U.S. ISPs like AT&T have said they’re open to engaging in copyright enforcement in the past, and companies like Comcast have spent lots of money lobbying against Net Neutrality. Not so in Europe. Instead of writing checks to politicians, the folks over there sit down with them for video interviews and ask hard-hitting questions. So, why are things so different in Europe? Continue reading on

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