LIRNEasia unconference at Stockholm Internet Forum 2015 on Zero Rating. » LIRNEasia - a regional ICT policy and regulation think tank active across the Asia Pacific:
"Some said that zero rated content simply creates a ghetto-ized version of the Internet for the poor and therefore should not be allowed.
Others said even a ghetto-ized version of the Internet is better than no Internet.
Somewhere in the middle were those who said the full and open Internet is to be aspired to, but in the interim ZR is not bad for now.
Yet others were of the opinion that this is a passing business model phenomena which would have evolved anyway by the time the regulators and policy makers get their act together.
Also in the middle were those who said Zero Rated content is only needed because prices for real Internet access are so high, so we should do something about that." 'via Blog this'