Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Internet regulation: The underwood of net neutrality
Internet regulation: The underwood of net neutrality | The Economist: "At any rate, the arrangement between Netflix and Comcast shows that net neutrality as defined by the FCC has already become superannuated, as providers demonstrate that managing their clogged networks by necessity and without favouritism leads to the same result as discrimination. Verizon and AT&T are expected to cut similar deals with Netflix. "If we want to protect the future of the open internet,” says [Professor] Werbach, “we should really be focusing on interconnection rather than broadband discrimination.”" 'via Blog this'