Archive for net neutrality

Net Neutrality 3: Governments are the major threat to the open Internet

In a previous article in this series on net neutrality, I argued that regulations to ensure an open Internet were not necessary in urban areas.  There, strong and even-handed competition will expose attempts by retail service providers (RSPs) to game the Internet to their exclusive…

Continue reading →

Net Neutrality 2: Regulations needed where competition fails.

Last week, we discussed a US court ruling that may affect our costs in using the internet and concluded that it is actually the power play between content providers (Netflix, Youtube, etc) and retail service providers (RSPs) like Verizon that will lead to an increase…

Continue reading →

%d bloggers like this: