On the Internet, you decide what you do, right? Maybe not!

Telecommunication providers and Internet companies are trying to control what you do online. They want to block and throttle some of your communications, and charge you to use certain online services, content or applications. The main aim of RespectMyNet is to bring attention to these Net Neutrality violations and demand that regulators take action to stop this.

The EU law recently adopted on Net Neutrality is ambiguous and the telecom regulators have the job of deciding how it should be implemented.

You can help. You can report Net Neutrality violations and help the regulators protect the open Internet in Europe!

Help us keep track of all the ways that Internet providers are violating our online freedoms. Tell us about how your landline or mobile Internet operator restricts your Internet connection. It will take less than two minutes!

Don't hesitate to give us feedback on this application by reporting any idea or issue with RespectMyNet.eu here: Feedback pad page


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Please report cases of zero-rating (services which are excluded from your download limit), specialised services or the blocking, throttling or prioritisation of online services. For a more detailed description of what to report, check our guidelines.

EU member state where the discrimination is reported.
The ISP or operator providing the Internet service.
The specific contract at the ISP provider. (please be as specific as possible)

What service or site, or person is unavailable or seems artificially slowed down. e.g. VoIP, p2p, filesharing, specific websites, etc.

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