Communications minister Ed Vaizey has said his speech on network neutrality last week was misinterpreted and that he is in favour of net neutrality.
Vaizey referred in his speech to the possibility of a market where consumers and content providers could choose to pay for differing levels of quality of serviceÂ and emphasized the importance of ISPs remaining Âfree to innovateÂ.
However, Vaizey told the Guardian newspaper that ÂdonÂt block inputÂ to the internet was his Âfirst principleÂ and that his views were in line with those of internet pioneer Tim Berners-Lee, who is a long-standing advocate of net neutrality.
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