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Indra Spiecker genannt Döhmann, Jan Krämer
2011 Network Neutrality and Open Access  
Network Management Regulation 48 IV. Access Fees for Application Providers 49 V.  ...  Döhmann Introduction 13 Part I: Network Neutrality 17 Günter Knieps Congestion Pricing, Quality of Service Differentiation and Network Neutrality 19 I.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783845230719-1 fatcat:xsvdwvsis5bxnjc72orq6kmn3i

The Internet Sector and Network Neutrality: Where Does the EU Stand? [chapter]

Hairong Mu, Carlo Reggiani
2011 Network Neutrality and Open Access  
Although "open access" was not required for network owners, the FCC adopted a policy statement stating its adherence to four principles of network neutrality that Internet service consumers should enjoy  ...  "The Commission attaches high importance to preserving the open and neutral character of the Internet, taking full account of the will of the co-legislators now to enshrine net neutrality as a policy objective  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783845230719-115 fatcat:xxerdu6fkbhsxah52qn3xzdwzy

Cite Unseen: How Neutral Citation and America's Law Schools Can Cure Our Strange Devotion to Bibliographical Orthodoxy and the Constriction of Open and Equal Access to the Law

Ian Gallacher
2006 Social Science Research Network  
a researcher can access the web sites of federal and state appellate courts.  ...  http://www.law.emory.edu/erd/index.html (last visited July 26, 2006), are two other excellent examples of portal sites allowing access to various federal and state materials.  ...  and open access to the law.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.922714 fatcat:zqx6qvrx4zapjbuhux6vl3k2uu

Moving the debate from open access to network neutrality

Ross Kelso
2009 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
States of America for 'open access' fell by the wayside by 2002/03 and was replaced by strident calls for 'network neutrality'.  ...  It analyses why this change of emphasis arose and how the opposing sides in the debate have taken network neutrality to mean whatever supports their case.  ...  THE DEBATE FROM OPEN ACCESS TO NETWORK NEUTRALITY NETWORK NEUTRALITY AND COMPETITION ISSUES 20.4 MOVING THE DEBATE FROM OPEN ACCESS TO NETWORK NEUTRALITY NETWORK NEUTRALITY AND COMPETITION ISSUES  ... 
doi:10.2104/tja09020 fatcat:dxtfry7azbdmrh53kzswswtcuy

Washington Hotline

Jenni Terry
2010 College & research libraries news  
ARL, ALA, and EDUCAUSE asked FCC to apply net neutrality to mobile and other wireless services to ensure that the Internet remains open for users of these increasingly popular technologies.  ...  The application of open Internet rules to mobile wireless Internet access services, which have unique characteristics related to technology, associated application and device markets, and consumer usage  ...  The application of open Internet rules to mobile wireless Internet access services, which have unique characteristics related to technology, associated application and device markets, and consumer usage  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.71.10.8462 fatcat:2hnh3z4m4rayzcj6e5pomasygq

Digital economy and regulatory issues. Introduction

Günter Knieps, Ingo Vogelsang
2007 International Economics and Economic Policy  
The articles focus on multi-platform competition, the changing role of telecommunications regulation, issues of net neutrality, and open source software and innovation.  ...  the emergence of the Internet and with the increasing capability of existing networks to carry both telecommunications and broadcasting services.  ...  Hogendorn's model differentiates between network neutrality and open access, where network neutrality refers to openness of network providers (like AT&T) and intermediaries (like AOL) to content and open  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10368-007-0087-3 fatcat:dp6jdhdugffynlfqwb3njshliy

Implications of Internet architecture on net neutrality

Scott Jordan
2009 ACM Transactions on Internet Technology  
We illustrate the effect of this policy by discussing acceptable and unacceptable uses of network management.  ...  The United States Congress is considering legislation on net neutrality, and debate over the issue has generated intense lobbying.  ...  They Net neutrality and open access arguments are often related to consequences of a layered Internet architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1516539.1516540 fatcat:dhcgalniifafpe7baix3kgx5be

An Open Internet? The Court of Justice of the European Union between Network Neutrality and Zero Rating

Marta Maroni
2021 European Constitutional Law Review  
I would also like to thank Suvi Sankari and Tuomas Ojanen for their comments on an early draft of this paper and the University of Helsinki Legal Tech Lab for engaging with me on the topic of network neutrality  ...  Providers (ISPs) provide access to the Internet. Their role is central to the future development of the Internet, fundamental rights, and the information society as a whole.  ...  The second part discusses the judgment in light of the Open Internet Regulation and network neutrality principles.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1574019621000341 fatcat:clfp7dcykbgblniwhargv3tvce

Interview with Marvin Ammori and Christof Weinhardt on "Network Neutrality and the Future of Telecommunication"

Arnold Picot, Helmut Krcmar
2011 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Network neutrality and an open Internet generally refer to the same concept. Indeed, in the U.S., the FCC called its network neutrality order the "Open Internet Order".  ...  This unbiased network would promote open democratic discourse and open innovation and economic consumer choice for the same reasons a neutral network would do so. The U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-011-0180-6 fatcat:bbqoew3r2bcczmvgsk52ost5ji

A Principled Approach To Network Neutrality

Lucie C. Audibert, Andrew D. Murray
2016 SCRIPTed: A Journal of Law, Technology & Society  
The issue of regulation for mandated network neutrality is currently live in both the United States and the European Union.  ...  The proposed principled, or rights-based, approach to net neutrality would see regulations for network neutrality based in principles of fundamental rights and not business or market regulation principles  ...  Article 3 pronounces that open Internet access safeguards ensure technological neutrality: End-users shall have the right to access and distribute information and content, use and provide applications  ... 
doi:10.2966/script.130216.118 fatcat:yx4wfgfq5veuphjxcjsjeyevn4

A Principled Approach To Network Neutrality

Lucie C. Audibert, Andrew D. Murray
2016 SCRIPTed: A Journal of Law, Technology & Society  
The issue of regulation for mandated network neutrality is currently live in both the United States and the European Union.  ...  The proposed principled, or rights-based, approach to net neutrality would see regulations for network neutrality based in principles of fundamental rights and not business or market regulation principles  ...  Article 3 pronounces that open Internet access safeguards ensure technological neutrality: End-users shall have the right to access and distribute information and content, use and provide applications  ... 
doi:10.2966/scrip.130216.118 fatcat:osvsuleprjevbbffn5nrcplk7e

Net Neutrality – A Look at the Future of Internet

Mr. Havish Madhvapaty, Ms. Shiva Goyal
2014 IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering  
But there is an increasing threat that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will alter the accessible, open and neutral platform upon which the Internet was founded.  ...  The focus should not be to keep the network neutral but rather to ensure there is increased competition between ISPs -and to promote a vibrant market for fast Internet speeds open to everyone.  ...  The term -net neutrality‖ refers to a bundle of open access principles enforced in a variety of legal and technical ways.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0661-16427177 fatcat:upuc2p6qiret3jq5amuyubzma4

Broadband Internet: net neutrality versus open access

Christiaan Hogendorn
2007 International Economics and Economic Policy  
Network neutrality" and "open access" are two policies designed to preserve openness on the Internet. Open access mandates openness of conduits (e.g. television cable and DSL) to intermediaries (e.g.  ...  We find that open access does not necessarily result in more openness of content and is not a substitute for network neutrality. JEL classification: L1, L5, L9  ...  In Section 4 we compare open access with closed access and with network neutrality.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10368-007-0084-6 fatcat:txoz677xbvfnpdgpv2euj36r2e

Lessons from the Net Neutrality Lobby: Balancing Openness and Control in a Networked Society

Alison Powell
2009 Social Science Research Network  
The move towards distributed processing and storage of information (sometimes called "cloud computing) also introduces possible shifts in network power.  ...  Future research could focus on the influence of different regulatory regimes on the global function of the internet, or investigate the implications of Net Neutrality on developing infrastructures like  ...  Debates about network neutrality reflect a key phase in debates about openness and control of communication networks.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1810702 fatcat:f25a5uwjrneihnwjevkv6fnxiq

The Value of Network Neutrality for the Internet of Tomorrow

Luca Belli, Primavera De Filippi
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality (DC) has indeed been created to stimulate the debate on network neutrality and this work reflects a small but significant percentage of the ideas that have been  ...  exchanged by the DC's members and of the contributions that have been provided by the DC's mailing-list members.  ...  What is network discrimination? Access defines "network discrimination" 17 as the tendency of ISPs to intentionally and arbitrary apply restrictions to users' access to the open and neutral internet.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2468534 fatcat:yhhljon4m5a37g3rhrl3w5dwza
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