Friday, February 20, 2015
Guest blog: the real threat to the open internet is zero-rated content 2
Guest blog: the real threat to the open internet is zero-rated content (continued) – World Wide Web Foundation: "According to Digital Fuel Monitor, while there are 92 zero-rating reported discriminations in OECD, we did not find a single case of ‘fast lanes’ discrimination. Why did the FCC propose to ban a discriminatory practice like ‘fast lanes’ with no real market examples while it ignored the most common discrimination form which is also present in the US? Note that President Obama, in his intervention, asked for an explicit ban “on paid prioritization and any other restriction that has a similar effect”." 'via Blog this'