What Is the Network Neutrality Debate Really About?

International Journal of Communication, Vol. 1, pp. 377-388, 2007

12 Pages Posted: 15 Aug 2007 Last revised: 1 Sep 2014

Abstract

In the debate over network neutrality, the real issue of consequence is how owners of broadband access networks will shift their business models away from a subscriber-funded model to a model that relies more on advertising. That clash with the other players in the market is the heart of the network neutrality controversy.

Keywords: network neutrality

Suggested Citation

Sidak, J. Gregory, What Is the Network Neutrality Debate Really About?. International Journal of Communication, Vol. 1, pp. 377-388, 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1006587

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