Commit 29491e03 authored by Okhin's avatar Okhin

Fixing the {% trans template in nn.html

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<p>{% trans "Net Neutrality violations harm freedom of expression, freedom of information, freedom of choice, innovation, competition, privacy and increase communication costs. " %}</p>
<p>{% trans "We need to ensure that the Internet remains free, open and accessible for all. This is what net neutrality is about. The European Commission and national regulators need to prohibit providers from restricting your online traffic and do so before it is too late. In order to convince them about the urgency of this problem, we aim to create a comprehensive data set of Net Neutrality violations in Europe. " %}</p>
<h3>{% trans "Guidelines for reporting cases" %}</h3>
<p>{% trans "Internet providers can abuse their control over their network in several ways. For example, they can discriminate between individual applications by throttling, blocking or prioritising them - this is called "technical discrimination". They can also discriminate between individual applications by excluding them from your monthly data cap - this is called "economic discrimination", which is commonly known as “zero-rating”. A mixture of both types of discrimination is usually encountered in the provision of abusive “Specialised Services,” which can turn into paid-fast lanes.
When reporting economic net neutrality violations through RespectMyNet.eu, please provide us with a description of the practice of your ISP. We need to know what services are not counted towards your monthly data cap and what happens with your Internet connection if your data cap is exceeded. By providing links to the relevant offerings, advertisement material and terms-of-service of the product, you are providing us with crucial evidence to present to the regulators. If you are not sure on how to classify a violation that you encounter, just leave the relevant fields empty. Submissions can be discussed and modified once they are in the system. " %}</p>
<p>{% trans "Internet providers can abuse their control over their network in several ways. For example, they can discriminate between individual applications by throttling, blocking or prioritising them - this is called &ldquo;technical discrimination&rdquo;. They can also discriminate between individual applications by excluding them from your monthly data cap - this is called &ldquo;economic discrimination&rdquo;, which is commonly known as &ldquo;zero-rating&rdquo;. A mixture of both types of discrimination is usually encountered in the provision of abusive &ldquo;Specialised Services&rdquo;, which can turn into paid-fast lanes." %}</p>
<p>{% trans "When reporting economic net neutrality violations through RespectMyNet.eu, please provide us with a description of the practice of your ISP. We need to know what services are not counted towards your monthly data cap and what happens with your Internet connection if your data cap is exceeded. By providing links to the relevant offerings, advertisement material and terms-of-service of the product, you are providing us with crucial evidence to present to the regulators. If you are not sure on how to classify a violation that you encounter, just leave the relevant fields empty. Submissions can be discussed and modified once they are in the system." %}</p>
<p>{% trans "When reporting technical net neutrality violations through RespectMyNet.eu, please describe only connection issues that are related to traffic discrimination, that is to say cases where Internet access providers discriminate between traffic according to the source, destination, type or actual content of the data transmitted over the network (i.e. if your provider blocks traffic coming from YouTube or slows down Usenet traffic). If possible, please verify whether the provider is the one to be blamed: sometimes it is just the server itself which is not working (i.e. if a website is down, this is obviously not the fault of the Internet access provider)." %}</p>
<p>{% trans "Sample of common ISP issues that DO NOT require a formal complaint (from: <a href='http://www.ispreview.co.uk/new/complain/complain.shtml'>http://www.ispreview.co.uk/new/complain/complain.shtml</a>)" %}</p>
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