A Primer on Network Neutrality

@article{Frieden2007APO,
  title={A Primer on Network Neutrality},
  author={Rob Frieden},
  journal={Intereconomics},
  year={2007},
  volume={43},
  pages={4-15}
}
  • R. Frieden
  • Published 1 November 2007
  • Economics
  • Intereconomics
This paper will provide a straightforward explanation of what constitutes network neutrality and why a debate has arisen about whether governments need to establish rules mandating nondiscrimination. The paper will identify what types of price and quality of service discrimination represent legitimate efforts to diversify Internet-mediated services and to satisfy increasingly diverse requirements of content providers and consumers. The paper concludes that while many concerns about network… 

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