Friday, November 1, 2013
The Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, voted in favor (17:0) of a new Net Neutrality law. This is the first of 3 votes needed for the law to be approved (here, Hebrew).
The new law (a previous one referred to wireless services only - here) prohibits all licensed ISPs to limit or block any service or application provided over the internet netwrok and limit or block the customer's ability to use end device capabilities.
See also "Israel Expands Net Neutrality to Fixed Networks" - here).
See also the Ministry of Communications announcement - "Knesset plenum approves Telecom Network Neutrality bill in first reading" - here.