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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
EDRi has answered the BEREC Consultation on Net Neutrality that ended on 31 July 2012, underlining that BEREC, the European Commission and national telecom regulators should be acting to stop the Net neutrality breaches and to ensure that services failing to maintain open access to the Internet, should not be able to refer to themselves as Internet access services. EDRi welcomed BEREC's commitment to provide further guidance on net neutrality in order to maintain an open and competitive internet in Europe and to address the increasingly urgent question of how digital technology can be kept free and open. The answer of the organisation tackled issues in the BEREC's three guidelines on Quality of Service (BoR 32), IP-interconnection (BoR 33) and differentiation practices (BoR 31).
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By AMY SCHATZ WASHINGTON—In a contentious hearing, House Republicans attacked new regulations for broadband Internet lines and criticized the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission for adopting them.
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Open and standardized technical protocols have enabled Internet innovators to deploy new content and services without needing to seek permission from any gatekeeper, enabling unprecedented growth and innovation.
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Net neutrality has taken up a lot of headline space over the last two weeks. There was the Goggle and Verizon thing , and then something happened with the FCC and some Congress members , and the French may have been involved somehow... Admit it, your eyes are glazing over aren't they? Yes, it's true, net neutrality sometimes isn't the easiest thing to wrap your head around. But the artistic folks at Online MBA Programs are here to help with 15 facts you may not have known about what neutrality on the Internet actually means.
August 13, 2010 BERKMAN BUZZ: A look at the past week's online Berkman conversations If you would like to receive the Buzz weekly via email, please sign up here .
THE “LEGISLATIVE framework proposal’’ on net neutrality released by and last week was a shock and a disappointment for those who had bought into Google’s motto of “Don’t be evil.’’ It’s a sad example of what happens when corporations are allowed to write regulatory rules — and why the Federal Communications Commission needs to re-seize the reins on broadband regulation. Net neutrality — the concept that Internet service providers shouldn’t be able to “shape’’ traffic, by, say, providing access to certain, popular sites at a speedier rate than newer, less popular ones — is one of the defining issues for the future of communications.
Spaniard bloggers have been very busy discussing and arguing about the recent Google-Verizon proposed policy for an open Internet. Most of them are against it because they consider it a very delicate subject because of the not so distant issue of the Sinde discussion when, “ the Spanish Government announced at the beginning of December 2009 a proposal that may lead to shutting down websites that offer P2P file sharing of music and films, without the necessity of a court order.
It didn't take long for criticism of the Verizon/Google net neutrality proposal to start pouring in.
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