Sunday, October 27, 2013
Who, and Why Are They Trying to Control the Korean Internet?
South Korean Human Rights Monitor | Net Neutrality: Who, and Why Are They Trying to Control the Internet? - South Korean Human Rights Monitor: "carriers blocking the mVoIp service have a more serious implication. If the carriers have power to block the mVoIP service arbitrarily, it is also likely that they can arbitrarily block other internet contents or services. In February 2012, KT had blocked Samsung Electronic’s Smart TV service for 5 days. They didn’t block all Smart TV traffics. They only blocked traffics for Samsung Smart TV service. KT also announced a plan to block peer-to-peer (P2P) traffics. Carriers blocking or arbitrarily slowing the transmission of particular Web traffic is a violation to net neutrality." 'via Blog this'