Network Neutrality : Challenges and Responses in the EU and in the U.S.

16-05-2011

This analytical study provides background on the debate over network neutrality, including (1) its technological and economic underpinnings, (2) the implications for business models going forward, and (3) the legal, regulatory, policy and business responses that have been attempted and that are currently in play. It includes a comparison between the US, where these issues have been debated intensely, and the EU.

This analytical study provides background on the debate over network neutrality, including (1) its technological and economic underpinnings, (2) the implications for business models going forward, and (3) the legal, regulatory, policy and business responses that have been attempted and that are currently in play. It includes a comparison between the US, where these issues have been debated intensely, and the EU.

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J. Scott Marcus (WIK), Pieter Nooren (TNO), Jonathan Cave (RAND Europe) and Kenneth R. Carter (WIK)