NL telecom oversight says hotels are ISPs

Which means they have to conform to data retention and data tapping laws, as well as a registration fee to the OPTA.

Which also means that anyone offering free WiFi (MacDonalds, Airports, Starbucks, etc) is liable to be seen as an ISP.

Guess the OPTA is desperate for money.

OPTA jaagt op hotels met internet | Webwereld.

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