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      Net zero energy buildings : international projects of carbon neutrality in buildings / Karsten Voss, Eike Musall.

      Author
      • Voss, Karsten.
      Series
      • Detail green books
      • Edition Detail green books.
      Edition
      1st ed.
      Published
      • Munich : EnOB 2011
      Physical description
      192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 26 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783034607803
      • 3034607806
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-187) and indexes.
      Other names
      • Musall, Eike 1982-
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
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      Net zero energy buildings : international projects of carbon neutrality in buildings / Karsten Voss, Eike Musall.

      Author
      • Voss, Karsten.
      Series
      • Detail green books
      • Edition Detail green books
      Edition
      1st ed.
      Published
      • Munich : EnOB 2011
      Physical description
      192 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 26 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783034607803
      • 3034607806
      Other names
      • Musall, Eike.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

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      1. Newcastle University Printed

      1.2

      Title

      Net zero energy buildings : international projects of carbon neutrality in buildings / Karsten Voss, Eike Musall.

      Author
      • Voss, Karsten.
      Series
      • Detail green books
      • Edition Detail green books.
      Edition
      1st ed.
      Published
      • Munich : EnOB 2011
      Physical description
      192 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 26 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9783034607803
      • 3034607806
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-187) and indexes.
      Other names
      • Musall, Eike 1982-
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
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      1. Nottingham University Printed
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      Net neutrality with competing internet platforms / Marc Bourreau, Frago Kourandi, Tommaso Valletti.

      Author
      • Bourreau, Marc [author]
      Series
      • Discussion paper series 0265-8003 ; no. 9827
      • Discussion paper (Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)) ; no. 9827. 0265-8003
      Published
      • London : Centre for Economic Policy Research 2014
      Physical description
      1 volume.
      Notes
      • Caption title.
      • "February 2014."
      • "Industrial organization."
      Other names
      • Kourandi, Frago [author]
      • Valletti, Tommaso M. [author]
      • Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)
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      • text
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      Title

      How regulation and competition influence discrimination in broadband traffic management : a comparative study of net neutrality in the United States and the United Kingdom / Alissa Cooper.

      Author
      • Cooper, Alissa 1982- [author]
      Published
      2013
      Physical description
      xiv, 311 pages : illustrations, charts ; 31 cm.
      Notes
      • Supervisor: Dr Ian Brown.
      • D.Phil. University of Oxford, 2013.
      • Bibliography: pages 285-311.
      Other names
      • University of Oxford [degree granting institution]
      Related item
      • University of Oxford. Social Sciences Division. Thesis.
      • Oxford Internet Institute. Thesis.
      • St. Catherine's College (University of Oxford). Thesis (D.Phil., Information, Communication and the Social Sciences)
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      • Illustrated
      • text
      • Thesis
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      1. Oxford University Manuscript
    4. Search result: 4.

      Title

      Public value mapping of network neutrality: Public values and net neutrality in Korea.

      In
      Published
      • Amsterdam : Elsevier 2017
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Telecommunications policy, Vol. 41, no. 3 ( 2017), p.208-224.
      Summary
      • AbstractNetwork neutrality (NN) is of broad and current interest despite its complex and multifaceted nature. This study examines NN in the Korean context in terms of policy, industry, values, and society. It addresses the policy effectiveness of ongoing NN discussions by analyzing user attitudes and perceptions. The proposed model empirically tests policy effectiveness through user perceptions by incorporating factors representative of NN. Possible NN factors are derived from the previous literature and perceptions of NN concepts. The results find that regulation and competition are two primary factors constituting network neutrality, and these factors differently influence the formation of attitudes toward policy effectiveness. Political and social implications are discussed based on the proposed model. This study provides comprehensive analysis and heuristic data on user drivers, industry dynamics, and policy implications in the NN ecosystem.
      Other names
      • Shin, Dong-Hee.
      • Lee, Min-Kyu.
      Genre
      • text
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      Net Neutrality: The FCC's Authority to Regulate Broadband Internet Traffic Management (R40234)

      Other titles
      • Net Neutrality
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
    6. Search result: 6.

      Title

      Net Neutrality: Is Antitrust Law More Effective than Regulation in Protecting Consumers and Innovation: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hu.

      Other titles
      • Net Neutrality
      Published
      2014
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
    7. Search result: 7.

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      Net Neutrality: Selected Legal Issues Raised by the FCC's 2015 Open Internet Order (R43971)

      Other titles
      • Net Neutrality
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
    8. Search result: 8.

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      Wrecking the Internet to Save It: The FCC's Net Neutrality Rule: Hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourteenth Congress, First Session.

      Other titles
      • Wrecking the Internet to Save It
      Published
      2015
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
    9. Search result: 9.

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      Challenges and opportunities for advancing Internet access in developing countries while upholding net neutrality.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : Taylor & Francis 2016
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Journal of Cyber Policy, Vol. 1, no. ( 2016), p.61-74.
      Summary
      • ABSTRACTAccess to affordable Internet is increasingly a development priority, and even considered a basic right. There are huge economic and social benefits to be reaped from Internet access, as evidenced by gross domestic product contributions, as well as projections. However, a majority of the world’s population, most of who are in developing nations, remain unconnected. A crucial policy debate on how to avail Internet access, while upholding and preserving the openness of the Internet, also known as net neutrality, is emerging as state actors, private sector players and civil society alike operate in this space. The practice of zero-rating is one of the most popular approaches to getting the unconnected online. This follows the fact that the mobile phone is the primary device through which the ‘next billion’ Internet users are expected to get online. The overarching question is whether zero-rating defies the principle of net neutrality, by favouring some content over other content. The challenge for policy makers and regulators in developing countries, as addressed in this paper, is knowing which regulatory frameworks will be needed to expand Internet access to under served communities, without compromising the fundamental principles of a free and open Internet.
      Other names
      • Sambuli, Nanjira.
      Genre
      • text
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      Net Neutrality: Can the FCC Reclassify Broadband Internet Access Services?

      Other titles
      • Net Neutrality
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
    11. Search result: 11.

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      Net neutrality : hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, February 7, 2006.

      Other titles
      • Net neutrality
      Published
      2006
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
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      Ensuring competition on the Internet : net neutrality and antitrust : hearing before the Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, first.

      Other titles
      • Ensuring competition on the Internet
      Published
      2011
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
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      S. 2686, the Communications, Consumer's Choice, and Broadband Deployment Act of 2006 (Part II) - Net Neutrality and Interconnection : hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Ninth Congress

      Other titles
      • S. 2686, the Communications, Consumer's Choice, and Broadband Deployment Act of 2006
      Published
      2011
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      1. Sheffield University Printed
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      Title

      How regulation and competition influence discrimination in broadband traffic management : a comparative study of net neutrality in the United States and the United Kingdom.

      Author
      • Cooper, Alissa [author]
      Published
      • [Great Britain] : University of Oxford 2013
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Oxford, 2013.
      • Includes bibliographical references.
      Other names
      • University of Oxford [degree granting institution]
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • text
      • Thesis
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      1. British Library Online Printed
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      Net Neutrality / [By Marsden, Christopher T.]

      Author
      • Marsden, Christopher T.
      Series
      • Online access: OAPEN DOAB Directory of Open Access Books.
      Published
      • Bloomsbury Academic.
      DOI
      ISBN
      • 9781849662192
      Internet Resources
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      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/1996997?style=html&title=Net%20Neutrality
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      • Online

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      1. Liverpool University Online
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      Title

      No More Mere Conduit? Abandoning Net Neutrality and Its Possible Consequences on Internet Service Providers' Content Liability.

      In
      Published
      • Geneva : Werner Pub Blackwell Publishing 2013
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Journal of world intellectual property, Vol. 16, no. 1/2 ( 2013), p.72-86.
      Summary
      • AbstractThe Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications issued in May 2012 a report dealing with non‐neutral practices of the European Internet access providers. According to the report, peer‐to‐peer and voice over IP traffic are being blocked or throttled widely, and various other signs of practices that go beyond the presumably neutral role of an Internet access provider are reported. This essay discusses these non‐neutral practices from the perspective of the content liability exemption provided in the article 12 of the e‐commerce directive and asks how far the limits set out in the article can be stretched in connection with voluntarily adopted “non‐neutral” practices before the liability exemption is lost. Moreover, the essay takes a prospective look and asks what would be the effects of losing the mere conduit defence especially from copyright liability perspective, and can the risk of losing the safe harbour work as a safeguard for preserving the openness of the Internet. While it is difficult to give a definite answer at this stage, this essay suggests that a strict interpretation of the article 12 requirements might in some cases well lead to loss of the liability exemption.
      Other names
      • Hynönen, Kalle.
      Genre
      • text
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      1. National Library of Scotland Online Printed
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      Weak Versus Strong Net Neutrality. / [By Gans, Joshua S]

      Author
      • Gans, Joshua S
      Frequency
      • Completely irregular
      Published
      2013
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      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/1996997?style=html&title=Weak%20Versus%20Strong%20Net%20Neutrality.
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      1. Leicester University Printed
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      Title

      Bottom-up constitutionalism: the case of net neutrality.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : Routledge Informa Ltd 2016
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Transnational legal theory, Vol. 7, no. 4 ( 2016), p.524-552.
      Summary
      • ABSTRACTNet neutrality is no longer only a battle cry of a few Internet romancers but has evolved into a key value for contemporary society that is being institutionalised as a constitutional right. With the help of sociological systems theory, this text argues that the social and legal institutionalisation of constitutional rights need to be distinguished. Commonly, constitutional rights emerge from society before they are reformulated in the legal realm. Using the example of the United States, the paper shows empirically that net neutrality is about to emerge as a new fundamental value and right. Its constitutionalisation is happening bottom-up, driven by social movements, Internet activists and advocacy groups, and further, in an interweavement of civil society dynamics with the legal system. The question is whether constitutional structures have already become identifiable. The last section discusses the relationship between social and formal constitutional structures from a legitimacy and democracy perspective.
      Other names
      • Graber, Christoph B.
      Genre
      • text
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      Net neutrality, zero rating and the Minitelisation of the internet.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2017
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Journal of Cyber Policy, Vol. 2, no. 1 ( 2017), p.96-122.
      Summary
      • ABSTRACTThe internet is a general-purpose network grounded on openness, decentralisation and interoperability. Such features have allowed innovation to flourish, lowering barriers to communication, participation and cooperation, thus empowering end-users. ‘General purpose’ means that the purpose for which the internet is used is not predefined by the operator but can be autonomously decided by the end-user. Accordingly, the network neutrality (NN) principle mandates non-discriminatory treatment of internet traffic to preserve the general-purpose nature of the internet, unleashing end-users’ creativity. This paper starts by exploring the NN debate, stressing that the NN rationale is to preserve an open and decentralised internet architecture, empowering end-users and protecting their rights. Subsequently, it argues that the combination of reduced data caps and zero-rating (ZR) schemes may create artificial scarcity, raise the price of the open internet and jeopardise the achievement of the NN rationale. It provides a taxonomy of ZR models and emphasises that several ZR practices might impose on the internet a centralised configuration that characterises less innovative networks, such as the Minitel. The phenomenon that I define as ‘Minitelisation’ of the internet consists of the shift from a user-centric, general-purpose network to one with predefined purposes, thereby creating passive consumers of predetermined services, rather than active internet users.
      Other names
      • Belli, Luca.
      Genre
      • text
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      Net neutrality, Facebook, and India’s battle to #SaveTheInternet.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : SAGE
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Communication and the public volume 1 issue 3 page 356.
      Summary
      • In August 2013, Facebook, in a partnership with a few other companies, launched Internet.org—a new service that aimed to bring low cost and subsidized access to a few selected Internet services to developing countries in Asia and Africa. Ever since its announcement, and subsequent roll-out in India in 2015, activists around the world, and particularly in India, have decried the service on grounds of it violating net neutrality. This article traces the manner in which this contentious issue has unfolded in India, primarily in the Indian social media in 2015, leading up to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India banning the service and upholding net neutrality in February 2016.
      Other names
      • Mukerjee, Subhayan.
      Genre
      • text
      Internet Resources
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      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/1996997?style=html&title=Net%20neutrality%2C%20Facebook%2C%20and%20India%E2%80%99s%20battle%20to%20%23SaveTheInternet.
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      • Online
    21. Search result: 21.

      Title

      Net neutrality versus discrimination in internet access: winners, losers and investment incentives.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : Inderscience Publishers 2014
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: International journal of technology, policy and management volume 14 issue 3 page 232.
      Summary
      • According to Neelie Kroes, the European Commission Responsible for the Digital Agenda, ‘the internet is a great place to exercise and enjoy liberty’. To hold true this requires that users must be free of restrictions on their access to content and use of services. Thus, supporters of the principle of ‘net neutrality’ assert that internet service providers should be legally prevented from discriminating between different types of web traffic. On the other hand, some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) oppose net neutrality on the grounds that prioritisation of bandwidth is necessary for future innovation and investment. This paper provides constructive input to the debate on net neutrality by comparing the pay-off of internet service providers, content providers and users under the two opposing regimes of discrimination and net neutrality. In particular, through a game-theory model, we analyse gainers, losers and investment incentives in a duopolistic market, under the two scenarios.
      Other names
      • Calabrese, Armando.
      • Di Pillo, Francesca.
      • Levialdi, Nathan.
      • Gastaldi, Massimo.
      • Iacovelli, Irene.
      Genre
      • text
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      Title

      Broadband Network Management and the Net Neutrality Debate.

      In
      Published
      • Malden : Wiley 2013
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Production and operations management, Vol. 22, no. 5 (09/10 2013), p.1287-1298.
      Summary
      • AbstractThe debate of net neutrality and the potential regulation of net neutrality may fundamentally change the dynamics of data consumption and transmission through the Internet. The existing literature on economics of net neutrality focuses only on the supply side of the market, that is, a broadband service provider (BSP) may charge content providers for priority delivery of their content to consumers. In this article, we explore a complete spectrum of broadband network management options based on both the supply and demand sides of the market. We find that although the BSP always prefers the non‐neutral network management options, it does not always discriminate both sides of the market. From the social planner's perspective, we find that some network management options maximize the social welfare under certain market conditions while other options reduce the social welfare. Using the terminology from a recent Federal Communications Commission report and order, we categorize the social welfare maximizing options as “reasonable network management” and the social welfare reducing options as “unreasonable discrimination.” We also identify conditions under which the BSP's network management choices deviate from the social optimum. These conditions help establish the criteria under which the social planner might wish to regulate the BSP's actions.
      Other names
      • Guo, Hong.
      • Cheng, Hsing Kenneth.
      • Bandyopadhyay, Subhajyoti.
      Genre
      • text
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      Broadband Network Management and the Net Neutrality Debate.

      In
      Published
      • Malden : Wiley 2013
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Production and operations management, Vol. 22, no. 5 (09/10 2013), p.1287-1298.
      Summary
      • AbstractThe debate of net neutrality and the potential regulation of net neutrality may fundamentally change the dynamics of data consumption and transmission through the Internet. The existing literature on economics of net neutrality focuses only on the supply side of the market, that is, a broadband service provider (BSP) may charge content providers for priority delivery of their content to consumers. In this article, we explore a complete spectrum of broadband network management options based on both the supply and demand sides of the market. We find that although the BSP always prefers the non‐neutral network management options, it does not always discriminate both sides of the market. From the social planner's perspective, we find that some network management options maximize the social welfare under certain market conditions while other options reduce the social welfare. Using the terminology from a recent Federal Communications Commission report and order, we categorize the social welfare maximizing options as “reasonable network management” and the social welfare reducing options as “unreasonable discrimination.” We also identify conditions under which the BSP's network management choices deviate from the social optimum. These conditions help establish the criteria under which the social planner might wish to regulate the BSP's actions.
      Other names
      • Guo, Hong.
      • Cheng, Hsing Kenneth.
      • Bandyopadhyay, Subhajyoti.
      Genre
      • text
      Internet Resources
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      • Online

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      Title

      Broadband Network Management and the Net Neutrality Debate.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2013
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT volume 22 issue 5 page 1287.
      Summary
      • Abstract The debate of net neutrality and the potential regulation of net neutrality may fundamentally change the dynamics of data consumption and transmission through the Internet. The existing literature on economics of net neutrality focuses only on the supply side of the market, that is, a broadband service provider (BSP) may charge content providers for priority delivery of their content to consumers. In this article, we explore a complete spectrum of broadband network management options based on both the supply and demand sides of the market. We find that although the BSP always prefers the non‐neutral network management options, it does not always discriminate both sides of the market. From the social planner's perspective, we find that some network management options maximize the social welfare under certain market conditions while other options reduce the social welfare. Using the terminology from a recent Federal Communications Commission report and order, we categorize the social welfare maximizing options as “reasonable network management” and the social welfare reducing options as “unreasonable discrimination.” We also identify conditions under which the BSP's network management choices deviate from the social optimum. These conditions help establish the criteria under which the social planner might wish to regulate the BSP's actions..
      Other names
      • Guo, Hong.
      • Cheng, Hsing Kenneth.
      • Bandyopadhyay, Subhajyoti.
      Genre
      • text
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      • Printed
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      Title

      NET NEUTRALITY: ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF MARKET DEVELOPMENTS.

      In
      Published
      • [Place of publication not identified] : Oxford University Press 2015
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Journal of competition law & economics volume 11 issue 3 page 701.
      Summary
      • On February 26, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued new regulations for the Internet. A significant stated motivation for these regulations was the protection and promotion of the quality of Internet service. This article provides information about the evolution of the quality of Internet service, providing context for this central stated motivation of Internet regulation, including the merits of rules restricting payments by content providers for priority treatment of certain Internet traffic. The history of the FCC's Internet regulations (or lack thereof) is reviewed, the main arguments for and against imposing ex ante price regulation on Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are outlined, and data on industry performance, particularly subscribership levels in general and at substantially increasing speeds, are described. This experience indicates that apparent insufficiencies in competitive alternatives at the fastest available speeds have been ameliorated in fairly short order by new offerings by multiple ISPs. These findings strongly suggest that basing new restrictions on a putative dearth of competition for recently available service levels and transmission speeds is likely to be overtaken by technological and market developments, rendering such ex ante rules at best superfluous and at worst counterproductive to competition and innovation.
      Other names
      • Tardiff, Timothy J.
      Genre
      • text
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    24. Search result: 24.

      Title

      Net Neutrality and a Fast Lane for Health.

      In
      Published
      • London : Taylor & Francis 2017
      Physical description
      1 online resource
      Notes
      • In: Journal of legal medicine, Vol. 37, no. 1/2 ( 2016), p.105-131.
      Other names
      • Susanto, Christina.
      Genre
      • text
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      The open Internet, net neutrality and the FCC / Andrew C. Firth and Natalie H. Pierson, editors.

      Series
      • Internet theory, technology and applications
      Published
      • New York, NY : Nova Science Publishers c2011
      Physical description
      196 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
      ISBN
      • 9781612099835
      • 1612099831
      Notes
      • Includes bibliographical references and index.
      Other names
      • Firth, Andrew C.
      • Pierson, Natalie H.
      Genre
      • Bibliography
      • Illustrated
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/1996997?style=html&title=open%20Internet%2C%20net%20neutrality%20and%20the%20FCC
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. London School of Economics Printed

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