NPT - News: "The Norwegian guidelines can be seen as an approach that prevents the potential need to require net neutrality by law. In the Netherlands and Slovenia they have taken this step and have established such laws and the matter is up for political debate in Belgium. It is of course interesting when foreign observers state that the Norwegian model has become famous. At the same time it is essential that the industry complies with the guidelines, something that is a requirement for the model to succeed. It is also an important point that market players that have not formally endorsed the guidelines follow the guidelines in practice. This entails that we have an open platform for the transfer of content and applications in the Norwegian Internet market."
Of course I celebrated the Norwegian model when it was created back in February 2009! 'via Blog this'