Network Neutrality, Broadband Discrimination
39 Pages Posted: 5 Jun 2003
This paper examines the the concept of network neutrality in telecommunications policy and its relationship to Darwinian theories of innovation. It also considers the record of broadband discrimination practiced by broadband operators in the early 2000s.
Keywords: Open access, telecommunications, network neutrality, broadband, discrimination, internet, service providers, cable operators, federal communications commission
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