European regulators have "turned a blind eye" to these violations, said the group, and there is concern that these monitors are looking to further relax the rules in the negotiations on the new EU rules. This would allow providers to use thorough inspection of packages to effectively bypass the rules and charge more for different parts of the Internet. It could also compromise privacy by providing companies with user data on the pretext of juggling traffic.
It is not certain of the reaction of European leaders. There is still plenty of time for comments. The public consultations begin in the fall of 2019 and the vote will probably not take place until March 2020. The group simply does not want to take risks – he hopes this boost will put politics on the right track. way before the general public that is to say.