"The cultural and creative sector are often not considered, even though they would be directly affected."
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"You have to listen to all sides and not just make a one-sided questionnaire to the needs and impact on the telecoms sector."
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"The consumer will pay for this: if you charge streaming services with additional fees, it will be (...) to the detriment of new production of content, or it leads to higher costs for streaming services."
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"Unintended consequences for large parts of the cultural and creative sector cannot be ruled out. This additional burden would be (...) extraordinarily damaging."
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"If the creative sector is impacted by network fees (...), it would jeopardise the functioning market for online content and significantly impact online consumers."
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"Creative and cultural players and ISPs have a largely symbiotic relationship, with many creative content providers investing in technological developments for improved network efficiency."
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"The demand for high quality and high data contracts is because we have creative content that people want to see, so the demand is also driven by the content."
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"Network fees (...) would likely hamper creative content providers’ ability to invest in content and network enhancements, (...) which would also weaken us in international competitions."
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"It is important to also very clearly say that network fees would put net neutrality at risk."
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"I'm not in favour of having network fees as an instrument for a better development of the network infrastructure."
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"There are a lot of instruments [to] ease up the rollout of a better Internet. Network fees will not be the right solution: there is enough money in the market, but it must be used in the best and efficient way."
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