Greece has become the seventh EU country to introduce a principle called router freedom. This means consumers of any Internet Service Provider (ISP) can now use a modem or router of their choice, instead of equipment provided by the ISP. The freedom of choice for routers and modems is regulated in the EU by two primary sets of rules. The first one comes from the Net Neutrality Regulation in 2015, which establishes the peoples right to choose their own digital equipment. The second one is is a set of guidelines to identify the network termination point (NTP) in different network…

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