New legislation out of the European Union has implications for the porn filters established by Prime Minister David Cameron. The Independent UK reports that the ruling requires that all Internet providers treat online traffic the same, so say goodbye to blocking access to specific content, such as porn. This is from the same ruling that proposes fast and slow Internet lanes.

The UK implemented porn filters back in 2013 which required Internet users to opt in if they wished to view pornographic or highly violent content. Otherwise, sites with such content would be automatically blocked.

For those who liked the old way, enjoy the last few minutes of filter-filled bliss: The ruling will come into effect before the end of the year. Proponents of the ruling say it is a step in the right net neutrality direction, and others say it won’t really change anything.

This no filter development is part of a larger ruling that’s meant to get rid of roaming charges throughout Europe. A quote from the ruling says that all internet traffic must be treated “equally, without discrimination, restriction or interference” regardless of the “content accessed or distributed.” The only exception to the rule is for illegal websites.

But David Cameron won't rest. The Daily Mail reports that he has said he will champion a new law to keep the porn filters in place.