Canadian prime minister concerned over net neutrality

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has expressed concerns over the US Federal Communications Commission plans to roll back net neutrality rules, stating that the plan’ does not make sense’. In Trudeau’s opinion, net neutrality ‘is essential for small businesses, for consumers, and it is essential to keep the freedom associated with the internet alive’. He also mentioned that the world need to defend net neutrality and that he will also explore what he can do in this regard.