EU net neutrality laws clash with UK’s Internet filters

According to EU’s recently agreed-upon net neutrality laws, ISPs are to treat Internet traffic ‘without discrimination, restriction, or interference’. This would put an end to porn filters that were established by Cameron’s government in 2013. Cameron has indicated that he does not plan to comply with the prohibition on the British porn filters, putting his agreement with Internet companies ‘into the law of the land so that our children will be protected‘.