Re: What has Network Neutrality got to do with this
> If one doesn't want it then its a 30 second operation to turn it off. What is the problem ?
Because this isn't a government porn filter - it's left upto the individual companies to choose what they want to block, even the actual "porn list" comes from a private organisation, want to know what political, environmental or religous organisations are on the block list? You can't, its commercial confidential information.
So your ISP can block whatever it chooses, news stories that are unfavourable to it's owner, sites that are a business rival and can choose to change anything they want
So if BA buy enough advertising on a Murdoch paper then this eu law would make it illegal for your News corp owned ISP to block or change any Ryanair page you visited.