CoinDesk ------- A European Parliament committee has proposed new measures that would prevent location-based discrimination against consumers in the economic bloc, including users of digital currencies. The proposal, authored by the European Union Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection, targets so-called 'geo-blocking', or prejudice against consumers on the internet based on their location. According to the lawmakers, geo-blocking is seen as the last obstacles to obtaining a cohesive European digital common market, known as the Digital Single Market. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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